£5 million per point: Manchester United's wages blast through the £300 million mark

24 September 2019

Man Utd Alexis Sanchez
Photo: Getty Images Manchester United spent a record-breaking £332.3 million on wages last season. That is the largest salary bill ever posted by any Premier League club in history.

No club near Manchester United in price per point after miserable Premier League season.

Wage-to-revenue ratio reaches historical high for the club.

Magnus Albertsen, analyst contact@offthepitch.com

Manchester United spent a record-breaking £332.3 million on wages in 2018/19. That is the largest salary bill ever posted by any Premier League club in history and an increase of 12.3 per cent on last year's annual accounts. 

In the same season, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men only gathered a total of 66 points in the Premier League. The wages paid per point won has therefore reached £5.035 million, the highest in Premier League history. 

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