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.
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.
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.