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"It came into play earlier this month" - Manchester United reach agreement with £175,000-a-week star


Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba will receive an important pay-rise by the club.

The Sun claims that the Frenchman is set to have an increase of around £10,000-a-week as part of an add-on in the five-year contract he signed when joining.

"Paul will receive around £500,000-a-year extra as part of the increase," a source close to the club is quoted as saying by The Sun.

"It came into play earlier this month. He earns his basic wage but that's topped up with a lot of add-ons.

"As part of his agreement he is at the forefront of the highest earners, it was to help lure him back to the club."

Meanwhile, the 24-year-old is already looking forward to pre-season friendlies against Real Madrid and Barcelona.

"The big games keep on coming," Pogba told MUTV.

"The players in the next team want to play against the best. We want to play against the best, we want to beat the best and we want to become the best."

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