‘I want a long-term contract’… Breaking the Ronaldo Rule

 It is a will to secure a long-term contract even if it breaks the rules.

According to the British media ‘Express’ on the 16th (Korean time), Manchester United plans to reward Marcus Rashford (25) for his performance. The media added, “The club will break the ‘Cristiano Ronaldo rule’.”

Local media reported earlier this month that Manchester United would introduce the ‘Ronaldo Rule’, a wage line. The club is said to have introduced a wage ceiling of £200,000 (about 302 million won) per week with the goal of preventing some players from making a large wage gap with their teammates.

This is a decision that came after Ronaldo left the team after the contract was terminated by mutual agreement with the club last month, and is called the ‘Ronaldo Rule’ after his name, who received a weekly wage of 500,000 pounds (about 750 million won).

However, not long after this was reported, claims emerged that the club would break these rules. This is because he is preparing a new contract with Rashford.바카라사이트

Rashford has been active as the team’s leading scorer this season. While Ronaldo is not trusted by manager Erik ten Hag, Rashford has been consistently given plenty of opportunities and is the team’s top scorer with eight goals and three assists in 18 league appearances this season.

That’s already 4 goals in a row. He is showing off his explosive power by scoring in all 4 league games since the World Cup, and is also considered the main player in the team’s recent winning streak.

Following Rashford’s impressive performances, the club are said to be planning to offer an improved contract. With the local £200,000-a-week wage, the new contract seems to break the ‘Ronaldo rule’ and promise a higher wage and a longer future.

Meanwhile, Manchester United is preparing for new contracts with four key players, including Rashford. The Evening Standard reports that David de Gea, Diogo Dalot, Luke Shaw and Fred are all expected to be offered new contracts.

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