Besides the staggering £400,000-a-week salary Alexis Sanchez earns at Manchester United, he is also given a bonus every time he plays and that sum is £75,000.
The Chilean joined United in January 2018 from Arsenal and became the club’s highest earner.
Sanchez's wages have also seen his teammates raise their demands with the likes of De Gea and Marcus Rashford seeking a significant rise.
However, his intensity vanished on arrival in Manchester and a return of five goals in 42 appearances for the club makes a mockery of his astronomical pay packet.
United's decision to hand him a four-and-a-half year deal means they're probably locked into this relationship, however. At 30 and on the best part of £400,000 a week there isn't likely to be a queue of suitors looking to take him on this summer.
United return to Premier League action this weekend when they travel to Everton, in the first of three games in just eight days.
Solskjaer's men sit sixth going into the next round of fixtures, two points off Arsenal in fourth.