Manchester United salary give up 30% wages to donate to National Health Service
–United hope the move will serve as an example for other clubs to follow suit
–David De Gea is currently the club’s highest earner on a £375,000 – a – week wage
– Pressure has been piling on players to take pay cuts as non-playing staff in many clubs continue to be axed from pay
Manchester United stars have taken up a one month pay cut of 30% to help the National Health Service (NHS) as pressure continues to pile on football players to relinquish their income.
Several Manchester United players who earn upto a staggering £375,000 (KSh 48 million) a week in wages will now receive their income minus 30% for in the next month