Manchester United have reportedly introduced a new ‘Ronaldo rule’ to cap the wages of their players at Old Trafford.
According to Daily Mail, Man United want to avoid a scenario of players, such as Cristiano Ronaldo during his second stint at the club, earning significantly more than their team-mates.
A wage cap of £ 200,000 a week has reportedly been introduced in a bid to avoid dressing room jealousy among players.
The new development could cause some issues in contract negotiations over the next few months as the likes of David de Gea, Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial, Luke Shaw and Diogo Dalot, are among those in line for new extensions.
Man United recently signed Jack Butland on a six-month loan from Crystal Palace.
Erik ten Hag’s side currently sits in fourth position on the Premier League table behind the likes of Arsenal, Manchester City and Newcastle United.
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