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Report: Man United Players To Take Hit On Their Wages After Poor Season

Report: Man United Players To Take Hit On Their Wages After Poor Season
By Aonghus Ó Maicín

The situation just gets bleaker by the day at Old Trafford.

Rumours about an exodus from the dressing room were followed up by the club's failure to qualify for the Champions League.

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Now, it seems, Manchester United players are going to have to collectively receive a 25 per cent reduction in wages as a result of their failure to finish in the top-four.

These revelations could ultimately lead to more players than expected leaving the club during the summer, if not a disgruntled dressing room which was attributed to much of the side's below-par performances this season.

The developments were broken by Sky Sports News this afternoon.

Meanwhile, Diego Godin, a player who has been linked with Man United in the past, has revealed today that he will be leaving Atletico Madrid this summer after his contract expires.

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Unfortunately for the Manchester outfit, a lack of Champions League football could see other clubs beat them to the player's signature.

Already, Spanish media are suggesting he could be on his way to Italy. Inter Milan are reportedly interested in the 33-year-old and European football at the San Siro could play a major part in the Uruguayan's decision where to go next.

Speaking at a press conference earlier today, the emotional defender broke the news after nine seasons at the club in the Spanish capital:

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I'm a little nervous, much more than I am before a game, but I have called everyone here to inform you that these are my final days at the club.

This isn't just a club for me, it's also been my family and it's very hard to say goodbye.

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