- Cristiano Ronaldo has emerged as the highest-paid footballer in the Premier League following his return to Man United
- The Portugal international is on £485,000 a week, while Kevin De Bruyne is second on the list with £385,000 a week
- Manchester United goalie David De Gea is placed third on the charts with £375,000 a week as Jadon Sancho and Aubameyang are on £350,000 a week
Cristiano Ronaldo of Manchester United has emerged as the highest-paid footballer in the Premier League with £485,000 a week which is around KSh 72 million.
The Portugal international made a return to Old Trafford in the summer and the former Real Madrid star has been impressive so far for the Red Devils.
There is no doubt about the fact that the Premier League is one of the most-watched leagues in the world considering the players who play there and the level of competition.
This allows players plying their trade in the division to bank millions in weekly wages.
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According to the breakdown on UK Sun, Ronaldo is leading the list of highest-paid Premier League stars.
His deal at Old Trafford has him pocketing about KSh 72 million in weekly wages, topping Man City midfielder Kevin de Bruyne who takes home about KSh 57 million.
David de Gea's £375,000 a week wages at United has him placed third on the list dominated by Red Devils players.
Here are the top 10 highest-paid players in the Premier League:
Cristiano Ronaldo with £485,000 a week
Kevin De Bruyne with £385,000 a week
David De Gea with £375,000 a week
Jadon Sancho with £350,000 a week
Aubameyang with £350,000 a week
Romelu Lukaku with £325,000 a week
Kai Havertz with £310,000 a week
Raheem Sterling with £300,000 a week
Paul Pogba with £290,000 a week
N'Golo Kante with £290,000 a week
Man United striker agrees to join Barcelona
Earlier, TUKO.co.ke had reported Veteran Man United striker Edinson Cavani could be on his way out of the club after reportedly agreeing to join Barcelona.
Cavani's current deal with the Red Devils is set to expire at the end of the ongoing season, having been convinced to stay for another year by former boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
However, unlike in his first season at Old Trafford, the former Paris Saint-Germain forward has endured a disappointing campaign this season, with injuries taking a huge toll on his form.
The Uruguay international has scored just once this term, managing five appearances across competitions.