According to a source from Goal, the Saudi billionaire is ready to create a breakthrough in salary.
Potential candidate for the position of new owner of Man Utd – Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad al-Thani will remove the salary cap introduced under coach Erik ten Hag after the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo in January, revealed from Goal said.
This is called ‘Ronaldo’s rule’. Specifically, Man Utd has set a maximum weekly salary of £ 200,000 and will not pay any player above that figure.
The rule is named after Ronaldo because the Portuguese striker has been paid £385,000 a week since he reunited with the club, and things only became less noisy after Man Utd liquidated CR7’s contract.
This decision can promote the opportunity to help the Red Devils own more big-name stars in the future. Recently, there have been many rumors about them wanting to expedite the negotiation process to recruit Neymar – the name is also pocketing a huge salary at PSG.