- Manchester United are set to miss out on £38m in bonuses if they fail to beat Ajax in the Europa League final.
- The Old Trafford side will face the Eredivisie team in the final of the competition on May 24, 2017
- The Red Devils will be looking to defeat the Dutch side to secure Champions League qualification next season
Manchester United are on the verge of missing out on staggering £38m in bonuses if they fail to beat Ajax in the Europa League final.
The Red Devils will battle the Eredivisie side in the final of the competition to ensure they qualify for the Champions League next season.
According to reports, every United player will receive a 25% pay rise if they are able to make it to Europe's biggest competition.
Mourinho's men will also share a whopping £1million bonus as incentives for a job well done.
Sources revealed that £28million of the player's wages were slashed last summer from the contracts of 22 players.
Paul Pogba, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Eric Bailly who came to Old Trafford in the summer were exempted from the wages cut.
The English giants will face off Ajax on May 24, to secure a place in the Champions League next season.