Manchester United's management reportedly upset with one of his attacker, Danny Welbeck. Because, even though Manchester United have offered salary increases ranging from 45,000 to 50,000 pounds per week, 21-year-old player was not satisfied and demanded MU pay by 60,000 pounds per week.
As reported in the Daily Mail, after seeing the performance of Welbeck this season, Manchester United agreed to raise the salaries of his young players. The salary offered was considered realistic for a number of other young players MU received the same salary, namely Phil Jones and Chris Smalling who receives a salary of 50,000 pounds and Tom Claverly of 40,000 pounds.
This season, Welbeck became one of the key success Manchester United in the Premier League. The player who last season on loan at Sunderland has contributed eight goals for the "Red Devils". Nicks that lead to him wanting a higher salary. In fact, he is believed to be demanding more if able to shine with the English national team at Euro 2012.
However, MU management still considers these demands are not realistic for the size of young players. They assess Welbeck not currently provide a substantial contribution to the "Red Devils".
Previously, Sportmail also briefly launch, Welbeck salary issue is not the first time. Last season, Sunderland almost cancel their intention to borrow Welbeck because he also asked for a larger salary bonuses to the management.