The Chile Superstar has left Arsenal for Manchester United as a major aspect of a transfer that will see him gain £350,000 every week at Old Trafford
Alexis Sanchez has turned into the most generously compensated player in Premier League history in the wake of putting pen to paper on a £23 million-every year manage Manchester United.
The Chile international left Arsenal for the 20-time English champions Monday, marking a four-and-a-half-year contract with the Red Devils accepted to be worth £450,000 seven days.
Thus, Alexis replaces previous United forward Wayne Rooney as the greatest worker the Premier League has ever observed, as the previous England skipper was on £300,000 seven days at Old Trafford until the point when he joined childhood club Everton in the mid year of 2017.
After coming back to Merseyside in the late spring Rooney marked an arrangement worth around half of his United compensation, yet no other contract in Premier League history had been worth more than the previous England skipper’s until Sanchez’s landing in Old Trafford.
Manchester United are additionally in charge of the following three compensations on the Premier League’s most generously compensated players list, with Paul Pogba’s £290,000 seven days contract being marked in 2016 as a feature of his then world-record £89.5m move from Juventus.
Curiously, the fourth most elevated pay was given to Radamel Falcao amid his a year on credit from Monaco in 2014-15, with the Colombian’s four Goals in 29 appearances coming at the royal total of £265,000 seven days.
Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku wins £250,000 seven days having Signed for United the previous summer from Everton, while Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s £220,000 pay bundle is coordinated by the pay rates of Manchester City match Sergio Aguero and Yaya Toure.
Manchester United’s David de Gea and Chelsea’s Eden Hazard both bring home £200,000 every week, while Liverpool have supplanted Philippe Coutinho’s £180,000 week by week charge with a comparative arrangement for £75m protector Virgil van Dijk.
Sanchez was beforehand on around £140,000 with Arsenal at the same time, having entered the last a half year of his agreement at the Emirates, the 29-year-old has capitalized on his diminished exchange an incentive by rounding up a Premier League record contract.
Lionel Messi is accepted to order the most astounding current week after week compensation in world football, with the four-year contract he marked with Barcelona in 2017 qualifying him for wages of around £500,000 every week.
Be that as it may, Carlos Tevez was rounding up much more than that at Shanghai Shenhua before coming back to Boca Juniors toward the beginning of January. The previous Manchester United striker was acquiring around £650,000 seven days through the span of his year spell in China which he has since clowned was just an “occasion”.