Ighalo makes it top to the Rich List. They are probably the wealthiest club on the planet so it maybe obvious to see Manchester Joined overwhelm the Sunday Times Rich Rundown for those matured 30 or under.
The midfielder, 27, sits third in this rundown with an abundance of £50million. His salary has expanded by £13m from 2019 seeing him hop up five spots from eighth.
Joining Pogba is goalkeeper David de Gea. The Spaniard – who became Manchester Joined’s most generously compensated star subsequent to marking another £375000 seven days contract in September – is joint-fourth at £34m. His profit rose by £10m to see him move nearby Manchester City playmaker Kevin De Bruyne.
Like De Gea, Anthony Military marked another arrangement at Joined a year ago – worth £200,000 seven days – and that expansion has helped him become another section in this rundown.
He sits joint-eleventh at an abundance of £20m with Liverpool focus back Virgil van Dijk – who is another new passage. Luke Shaw and Odion Ighalo complete the quintuplet of Red Demons. New passage Shaw sits joint-thirteenth with Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah at £19m.
Then Ighalo is simply underneath them in joint-fifteenth. The striker’s £18m riches is figured by his significant £300,000 seven days wage at parent club Shanghai Shenhua.