The MU dominates the top 15 wealthiest youth sports stars in the UK in 2020

Young sportsmen with the highest profits in the UK in 2020, MU is the squad with the most names in the top 15.

Specifically, the Sunday Times recently published the top 15 most popular under 30 sports athletes in the UK. These may be titles that are played or played in the fog, or sometimes the faces of the United Kingdom, but tend to be played abroad. 

As a result, MU is the dominant team in the list above when contributing 5/15 titles. The most famous player of the Red Devils is Paul Pogba with a net value of up to £50 million. That achievement helped the French middleman place third in the top 15, behind Real Madrid star Gareth Bale (£ 114 million) and boxer Anthony Joshua (£ 107 million). 

In addition to Pogba, David De Gea, Anthony Martial, Luke Shaw and Odion Ighalo are four other MU faces in the 2020 list of the richest under-30s in British sports. The money these stars earn is 34 million pounds, 20 million pounds, 19 million pounds and 18 million pounds.

Among the top 15 richest athletes under the age of 30 in England, soccer is still a common sport

Besides the names listed, this list includes Kevin De Bruyne and Raheem Sterling (Man City), N’golo Kante (Chelsea), Harry Kane (Tottenham) or Jordan Henderson, Mohamed Salah and Virgil Van Dijk ( Liverpool).

In comparison, four other players were Jack Wilshere, Daniel Sturridge, Aaron Ramsey, along with former MU star Danny Welbeck. Obviously, soccer still has its value and is deserving of the name “sport of king”.

Also in Sunday Times figures, considering all sports stars in the United Kingdom over the age of 30 with the highest income, it is the F1 pilot, Lewis Hamilton and the golfer, Rory McIlroy. In comparison, the other name that was current but retired is former MU centerman David Beckham.