Sancho ranked second in the UTD payment list
After reaching a personal clause on a £91 million contract, Manchester United will make Sancho the second highest paid player.
SunSport revealed this week that the Red Devils have reached an agreement with the England winger to be worth £350,000 a week for five years.
Dortmund insisted that Manchester United increase their offer from 61 million pounds to 78 million pounds, with a surcharge of 10 million pounds, but this is expected to happen.
After they refused to meet the German club’s 110 million pounds price last summer, Manchester United hoped that the deal would proceed smoothly.
And Sancho will return to Manchester after the European Cup, he will be ranked behind David De Gea on the club’s payroll.
The Spaniard continues to top the list, earning £375,000 a week-a total of £19.5 million per year.
The arrival of Sancho means that 14 first-team players will earn £100,000 or more per week, including Paul Pogba (£290,000), Anthony Martial (£250,000) and Marcus Rashford (£200,000) earns £200,000 or more per week.
If Juan Mata agrees to another contract to extend his stay at Old Trafford, this number will rise to 15.