In-form Man United star in line for jackpot with wage increase
Mason Greenwood is in line to practically twofold his wages at Manchester United.
Greenwood has set up himself in the Manchester United first group this season, scoring 16 objectives as a major aspect of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's energizing new assault.
The 18-year-old just marked his most recent agreement in October 2019 yet his quick pace of advancement will procure him improved terms and a 'slight augmentation' to his present arrangement.
The Sun guarantees his £25,000 seven days pay will be moved up to around £40,000, with 'gradual ascents' and 'achievement related conditions' incorporated.
In any case, 'they have no such concerns' with regards to Greenwood, who is likewise expected to acquire an England call-up at the appropriate time.
The striker has recently dismissed a groundbreaking measure of cash to join Juventus, while Manchester United themselves diverted down a methodology from Crystal Palace to sign him on credit.
Solskjaer demands Greenwood isn't at risk for playing excessively, too early at an elevated level.
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