Manchester United have one of the highest wage bills in football history, but one of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's regular starters earns less than the club's fourth-choice goalkeeper. So who are United's lowest-paid stars?
Click through the gallery above to see the lowest-earning players at United, and what they earn weekly, according to Spotrac!
Goalkeeper David de Gea is believed to pocket a whopping £375 000 (R7.8 million) a week as the Red Devils' top earner, which is more than what the seven least-paid players at Old Trafford are getting combined.
At the bottom of the food chain is Scott McTominay, who is earning just £20 000 (R415 000) a week, according to Spotrac.
The 24-year-old midfielder, though, is expected to get a salary rise in the near future after cementing his spot in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's preferred starting XI.
However, as of now, he earns even less than fourth-choice goalkeeper Lee Grant, who is understood to be on weekly wages of £30 000 (R623 000).
Daniel James is another first-team regular with a relatively low salary. The Wales international, who has gained more game time of late, is on £45 000 (R934 000) a week – you can see all of United's lowest-paid players, including one African star, in the gallery above!
With the exception of the 11 players in our gallery, every other member of Solskjaer's first-team squad is earning £100 000 (R2 million) a week or more.
Check out United's highest-paid stars by scrolling through the images below!