The Athletic today published an article profiling each Premier League club and their top weekly earners.
In the segment on Forest, written by journalist Paul Taylor, it was confirmed that the 31-year-old striker earns £90,000 a week.
New signings Ibrahim Sangaré, Nicolas Dominguez and Divock Origi are all said to have similar salaries, with Divock Origi earning between £90,000 and £100,000 per week at AC Milan.
However, it is still unclear how much salary the Red Devils pay for Origi. Chris Wood was named Nottingham Forest’s highest earner
Steve Cooper’s side have made some great signings over the past year since returning to the Premier League for the first time in 23 years.
Unfortunately, the signing of Wood from Newcastle United appears to have been a disappointing move.
The New Zealand striker initially joined the Red Devils on loan to buy, with Wood playing a number of games for the club.
His contract was made permanent in the summer, at £15m for a year, with the striker receiving £90,000 a week.
Including wages, the club will spend almost £20m on the 31-year-old, who is likely to only stay at the City Ground for one season, if the Red Devils decide not to offer him a new contract. He scored important goals for the club against Manchester City and Sheffield United, but by all accounts the deal to sign the striker was a disappointment.