Manchester United players have the potential to earn almost £500,000 each in bonuses this season if they manage to win the historic quadruple. The team secured their first trophy of the season when they won the Carabao Cup by beating Newcastle 2-0 last weekend. Each first-team player received £65,000 in bonuses for their victory. However, there could be more bonuses to come as Man United booked their place in the FA Cup quarter-finals by beating West Ham 3-1 at Old Trafford earlier this week. If they win the FA Cup, each player would add a further £85,000 to their bonus kitty.

The team’s victory over Barcelona last week also kept them alive in Europe. Winning the Europa League would be worth another £85,000 to each player. However, the biggest prize would be winning the Premier League title. Although they are currently 11 points off top spot, with a game in hand, if they manage to claw their way back and win their first Premier League crown since 2013, each player would pocket £250,000 in bonuses.

If Manchester United were to win all four competitions, their final bonus tally for the season would be £485,000 each. Following the team’s victory over West Ham, manager Erik ten Hag played down the possibility of winning the quadruple. The Dutchman stated that they were not talking about that and were focusing on the next game against Liverpool.

In conclusion, Manchester United players have the potential to earn significant bonuses this season if they manage to win multiple competitions. Winning the quadruple would be a historic achievement for the team and would result in each player receiving nearly £500,000 in bonuses. However, it remains to be seen whether they can achieve this feat, and the team is currently focused on their next game against Liverpool.

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