Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s wages leaked revealing eye-popping details behind Man United move

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is actually the Premier League’s highest paid player on an incredible £367,640-a-week, it has been revealed.

Details of the contract agreed between Manchester United and agent Mino Raiola for the striker, 35, appear in a book published today.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic rakes in £367,640-a-week at Manchester United

Zlatan Ibrahimovic rakes in £367,640-a-week at Manchester United

It has also emerged Raiola will be paid over £41million after bringing Paul Pogba to United from Juventus for a world record £89m transfer fee.

The figures are set to be released in the German book Football Leaks: The Dirty Business of Football.

Ibrahimovic, who suffered a serious knee injury last month that looks to have ended his United career, also secured a goal bonus of £2.86m.

It is claimed the Swede’s contract extension would have been triggered had he made four more Premier League starts this season.

Superagent Mino Raiola will earn £41million from Paul Pogba's sale to Manchester United

Agent Mino Raiola will earn £41million from Paul Pogba’s sale to Man United

Paul Pogba signed for Manchester United last summer in a club record £89million move

Paul Pogba signed for Man United last summer in a club record £89million move

Zlatan Ibrahimovic suffered a serious knee injury last month which has threatened any new Manchester United deal

Zlatan Ibrahimovic suffered a serious knee injury last month which has threatened any new Manchester United deal

Paul Pogba has struggled to set the Premier League alight at Manchester United

Paul Pogba has struggled to set the Premier League alight at Manchester United

Mino Raiola will receive five instalments totalling £16.39million for the sale of Paul Pogba - on top of the initial sum he was paid

Mino Raiola will receive five instalments totalling £16.39million for the sale of Paul Pogba – on top of the initial sum he was paid

Pogba earns a basic wage of £165,588-a-week, and will receive an annual loyalty bonus in excess of £3.4m from next year.

Should United win the Europa League, the France midfielder’s basic wage would rise by £36k-a-week, and he would earn an extra £255k in commercial rights for the year.

The club face losing almost £65m in TV money, as well as £20m of their £750m adidas kit deal, should they fail to qualify for the Champions League.

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