Players 25 percent pay cut, what will happen to United.
Manchester United have reportedly threatened to slice players pay by 25 per cent if they fail to qualify for next season’s Champions League.
United are facing a serious battle with Chelsea,Tottenham and Arsenal to secure a place for next season’s Champions League places in the Premier League table.
In their hunger to make it to top four the only means to qualify for Champions and Europa League next season, United have inflicted a policy on their players to cut off 25 per cent of their earnings should they fail to fight for the club.
But this will only bring them more problems being that it will open doors for the players to seek hands from other clubs who may bid for their services.
According to The Sun, the way United have ‘structured’ deals for players in their squad means they will lose a quarter of their wages next season if they don’t reach the Champions League.
However, with interest already on ground from Real Madrid for Paul Pogba in recent weeks the potential pay cuts will ‘encourage’ the Spanish giants ‘in their pursuit of Pogba’
This means the La Liga outfit will pounce for Pogba if the Red Devils can only claim a Europa League place despite Ole Gunnar’s claims that he is going no where.