Cristiano Ronaldo‘s departure from Manchester United has sent shockwaves through the Red Devils.
Following the Portuguese’s arrival at Al-Nassr in Saudi Arabia, the British club have decided to take action to ensure that a case like Ronaldo‘s does not happen again.
The first measure of the Manchester team is to fix the salary of the majority of the squad at 9-10 million euros per year.
The first casualty of the measure will be the Spaniard, David De Gea, who after the match and his mistake against Everton, is not going through his best spell as a Manchester United player.
Additionally, this week the club announced the arrival of Jack Butland, the former English prospect, as competition in goal.
Rashford, the exception to the rule
Manchester United‘s problem will be to keep Rashford on these financial terms. The England international is being tempted by other clubs such as Paris Saint-Germain.
Rashford‘s contract runs until 2023. This season the striker has scored nine goals in all competitions, and has looked better and better as the campaign goes on. We’ll see if United go for broke and break the CR7 rule.
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