Ole Gunnar Solskjaer might land a staggering £1m+ bonus if he leads the red devils to the Champions League when the premier league season ends later in the year.
The Norweigian’s deal has various incentives, including one for restoring the club into Uefa’s top competition.
Although, the club legend is believed to earn less than half of the £15million a year that his predecessor Jose Mourinho amassed, the Norwegian can make up some of the difference by hitting targets.
The 47-year-old still has a good chance of claiming the cash for reaching the Champions League going into into next weekend’s restart.
The old trafford outfit were in fifth place — three points behind Chelsea in fourth before the league was suspended back in March.
United square up against top four rivals Tottenham and Sheffield United in back to back duels immediately the season resumes.
Altough, they have a favourable run-in and are on an 11-match unbeaten run, if they miss out in the Premier League, they are among the favourites to land a spot by winning the Europa League.