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Cristiano Ronaldo – £480,000-per-week

Ronaldo is expected to earn roughly £480,000 per week at Manchester United, or €23m (£19.7m/$27m) - a pay cut from his €30m ($34m/£26m) a year salary at Juventus. 

Prior to his switch to Juve, Ronaldo had signed a contract with Real Madrid in November of 2016, which was reported to be around £365,000 a week before bonuses.

The Portugal captain's contract earnings mean that he is among the most lucratively rewarded footballers in the world

Romelu Lukaku – £450,000-per-week

Lukaku's wages will total up to be in the region of £325,000-450,000-per-week, if image rights and bonuses are taken into consideration, considerably higher than the £290,000-per-week salary mark set by the club's previous highest earner, France international N'Golo Kanté.

Kevin de Bruyne – £385,000-per-week

The midfield star has put pen to paper on a new deal that will keep him at the Etihad Stadium until 2025.

While the agreement between the club and player may have taken a while longer than many expected, the deal appears to be satisfactory to the Belgian - who represented himself in the negotiations.

previous salary of £300,000 per week will rise to nearly £400,000 per week, making him the club’s highest paid player and one of the highest paid athletes in the Premier League.

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