How much is Marcus Rashford’s salary at Man Utd and what’s his net worth?
MARCUS Rashford MBE is a footballer who uses his platform to campaign against child hunger and racism.
He is a crucial member of the Premier League club, Manchester United, also playing on the England national team.
GettyMarcus Rashford of Manchester United has scored a total of 137 goals, 122 for Manchester United and 15 for England[/caption]
Rashford was born on October 31, 1997, in Manchester.
He was raised by his single mother, Melanie Maynard, who worked a number of jobs in order to feed her family of five children.
Despite his family’s difficulties, Rashford’s passion for the beautiful game saw him join the Manchester youth system at only seven years old.
Rashford hit the ground running scoring two goals on both his first team and European debut.
He also scored in his first Manchester derby and on his EFL Cup and UEFA Championship League debuts.
He went on to become the youngest English player to score in his first senior international match and represented England at the 2018 and 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Despite his immense success, Rashford never forgot his humble beginnings and went on to campaign against child poverty and hunger.
He became the youngest footballer to become a member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE) at 22 years old.
How much is Marcus Rashford’s salary at Manchester United?
According to sources, the Red Devils pay Rashford an eye-watering salary of £200,000 a week making him the joint seventh highest-paid player at the club.
Rashford signed a four-year contract with the Manchester United FC of £41,600,000, including an annual average salary of £10,400,000.
What is Marcus Rashford’s net worth?
As of May 2023, Rashford has a net worth of around £65 million.
Much of his earnings come from his Manchester United salary, sponsorship campaigns and endorsements from McDonald’s, EA Sports and Nike.
Who are the top earners at Man Utd?
Manchester United’s top earner is Raphael Varane earning a cool £340,000 a week.
Carlos Casimiro comes in at second place with a salary of £300,000 a week followed by Anthony Martial with £250,000 and Bruno Fernandes of £240,000.