Nigeria striker Odion Ighalo made the Sunday Times list for people aged 30 and under.
Ighalo, who will turn 31 in June, is in 15th position and is among the five Manchester players on the illustrious list.
The £ 18 million wealth of the former Watford striker is factored into his substantial salary of £ 300,000 a week at parent club Shanghai Shenhua.
Ighalo is on loan at United until the end of the month, with the Premier League team contributing £ 130,000 a week to their salaries.
Ighalo's Manchester United teammate Paul Pogba is third on the list with a fortune of £ 50 million. His income has increased by £ 13m from 2019, seeing him rise five places from eighth.
David de Gea, who became Manchester United's highest-paid star after signing a new £ 375,000-a-week contract in September – is fourth with £ 34 million.
Anthony Martial, who signed a new contract with United last year – worth £ 200,000 a week, ranks 11th with a £ 20 million fortune from Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk.
Luke Shaw takes 13th place with Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah for £ 19m.
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