Man Utd introduce ‘Ronaldo rule’ which could lead to Rashford quitting

ten Hag comments on Man Utd's January transfer plans

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Manchester United have reportedly introduced a wage cap of £2000,000 a week to prevent players from earning ‘significantly more’ that their teammates. The decision comes after Cristiano Ronaldo, who was earning £500,000 a week, terminated his contract at the club after causing controversy behind the scenes and in the public eye.

According to the Daily Mail, United chief Richard Arnold and Erik ten Hag have decided that they want to avoid a ‘culture of dressing-room jealousy’ and feel that a cap on wages will be a step in the right direction.

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