Cristiano Ronaldo hasn’t strayed from his path of scoring goals as he has scored three goals in the EPL and two goals in the UCL this season. His return to Manchester United is not bad as his performance in the matches played so far has been on point, if not all. The 36-year-old striker is the current highest-paid player in the EPL with a weekly wage of £510,000.
Kevin De Bruyne is a fully packaged midfielder fluidly skilled in all positions on the pitch, which makes him an impeccable playmaker. He is the 2nd highest-paid player in the EPL with a weekly wage of £400,000.
David De Gea, Manchester United’s goalkeeper, is EPL’s 3rd highest-paid player with a weekly wage of £375,000.
Jadon Sancho hasn’t found his vibe yet in the EPL as he has yet to score a goal or give an assist, but it is too early to classify him as the worst transfer for Manchester United as there are still a lot of matches to get played. He is the 4th highest-paid player in the EPL with a weekly wage of £350,000.
The other highest-paid players in the EPL are:
5. Raphael Varane (Manchester United) – £340,000
6. Romelu Lukaku (Chelsea) – £325,000
7. Jack Grealish (Manchester City) – £300,000
8. Raheem Sterling (Manchester City) – £300,000
9. N’Golo Kante (Chelsea) – £290,000
10. Paul Pogba (Manchester United) – £290,000