Cristiano Ronaldo (Al Nasr) is expected to create a ‘Ronaldo Law’ at Manchester United.

The key to this is to get rid of the dominantly paid player on the team. Ronaldo received a high weekly wage of £500,000 (760 million won) at Manchester United. As a result, the weekly wage system within the team collapsed, and many players felt a sense of alienation. In conclusion, it had a negative impact on forming the original team. As a result, Man United is changing the weekly wage system.

The UK’s ‘Express’ reported on sources, “Man Utd is planning to introduce the ‘Ronaldo Law.’ It is expected to introduce. Ronaldo was paid £500,000, and it resulted in ruining the atmosphere in the team.”

The media added, “Director Eric ten Haag is preparing measures to make the team members respect each other and make them one team. Together with the club’s chief executive, we want to eliminate the culture of jealousy within the team by introducing a wage cap system.”

When this rule is introduced, some players have no choice but to suffer. The typical players are those who earn more than £200,000 a week. Goalkeeper David de Gea is likely to be affected, but he is currently in the process of renewing his contract in the direction of lowering his weekly wage. 안전놀이터

In addition, players such as Bruno Fernandez, Harry Maguire, Casemiro and Rafael Baran are receiving wages of between £180,000 and £200,000 a week.

The player who has the biggest influence is, of course, Marcus Rashford. Rashford’s contract expires in 2024, and many big clubs are sending love calls.

The media said, “Rashford will be affected the most. This Ronaldo rule may cause Rashford to leave. In particular, Paris Saint-Germain strongly wants Rashford. But Manchester United executives want to make a ‘special case’ I don’t,” he explained.

Meanwhile, Britain’s ‘Mirror’ recently reported that Paris Saint-Germain offered an astronomical amount for Rashford. The weekly wage offered by Paris Saint-Germain to Rashford is £850,000 (1.3 billion won).

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