Top 10 Highest Paid Premier League Players

The Premier League is renowned for its thrilling matches, intense rivalries, and star-studded lineups. Beyond the battles on the field, however, lies a realm of mind-boggling salaries and jaw-dropping financial success.

The reported weekly wages handed out nowadays are quite simply outrageous and honestly not worth thinking about. From commanding strikers to skilful midfielders and rock-solid defenders, these footballing titans have secured their positions as both sporting icons and financial powerhouses in the ever-competitive world of English football.

In this article, we delve into the world of the highest-paid Premier League players, unveiling the elite individuals who have not only conquered the game but also amassed fortunes that leave us in awe. If they are indeed accurate, then things may just be worse than we first imagined!

10. Gabriel Jesus – £265,000

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Following back-to-back league title victories, Jesus made a transfer to Arsenal last summer for a reported fee of £45 million. In his short time with Arteta’s squad, the Brazilian striker has made a significant impact, contributing to 11 goals and seven assists in just 26 league appearances. His remarkable performance has played a crucial role in Arsenal’s strong contention for the title. Known for his speed, and technical abilities, the 26-year-old forward earns a weekly salary of 265k pounds.

9. Jadon Sancho – £275,000

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Jadon Sancho bags an equal amount of £275,000 a week at Old Trafford. Sancho made a notable move to Manchester United in July 2021, signing a five-year contract with the club. His transfer fee amounted to a substantial £73 million. However, despite his potential, the 23-year-old is yet to fully showcase his abilities on the field. So far, he has scored only nine goals in 55 league appearances for the Red Devils.

8. Casemiro – £300,000

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At the beginning of the 2022/23 season, Manchester United made a shrewd move by acquiring 31-year-old Carlos Casemiro from Real Madrid. The defensive midfielder joined United in a four-year deal, with the club paying a fee of £60 million. Casemiro wasted no time in proving himself as a valuable addition to the squad, showcasing his skills and expertise on the field. He now earns a weekly salary of £300,000 at Old Trafford.

7. Jack Grealish – £300,000

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In a historic Premier League transfer, Manchester City signed Jack Grealish from Aston Villa in the summer of 2021, setting a new record with a fee of £100 million. Following his move to the league giants, Grealish received a significant increase in his wages, now earning a remarkable £300,000 per week. However, despite high expectations, the English winger has scored only eight goals in 54 league appearances for City. Jack’s current contract at the Etihad Stadium is set to expire at the end of June 2027.

6. Raheem Sterling £325,000

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Raheem Sterling, who previously played for Liverpool and Manchester City in the Premier League, made a move to Chelsea last summer following the club’s acquisition by new American owners. In order to secure his services until June 2026, Chelsea paid Manchester City a transfer fee of £47.5 million. Sterling now earns a weekly salary of £325k pounds at Stamford Bridge. The 28-year-old winger amassed 28 appearances in the league and contributed six goals and three assists.

5. Raphael Varane – £340,000

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At Old Trafford, the highly accomplished French centre-back Raphael Varane, who has won the Champions League four times and the World Cup, earns a weekly salary of £340,000. Manchester United brought him to the club in July 2021 from Real Madrid, signing him to a four-year contract. However, Varane’s ability to perform regularly has been greatly affected by injuries, which have prevented him from securing a regular place in the team. In his two seasons at Old Trafford, the centre-back has made 46 appearances in the league.

4. Mo Salah – £350,000

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Currently occupying the fourth position among the Premier League’s highest-paid players is the Egyptian striker, Mo Salah, who earns a hefty sum of £350,000 per week. Salah joined Liverpool in the summer transfer window of 2017 and had an outstanding first season with the team. He was named the Premier League Player of the Season, showcasing his impressive talent. Salah has also become the leading goal scorer for Liverpool in the Premier League, further highlighting his importance to the club. After the extension in the summer of 2022, Salah is under contract with the Reds until June 2025.

3. David De Gea – £375,000

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Holding the title of the highest-paid goalkeeper in the Premier League, David de Gea takes the third spot among the league’s highest-paid players. The Manchester United shot-stopper may not be what he used to be between the sticks, but his luxurious contract certainly hasn’t changed. De Gea reportedly earns a staggering £375,000 each week, paying dividends with his 17 clean sheets in 38 Premier League appearances last season.

2. Erling Haaland – £375,000

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Erling Haaland holds the second spot on the list of highest-paid Premier League players. The towering Norwegian joined Manchester City from Dortmund in the summer of 2022 and only required a year to break every important goalscoring record. City are renumerating him properly with a reported salary of £375,000 per week. However, with bonuses for silverware success and goals scored, this number would surely be lesser than what he actually received after his treble success with City and winning the Player of the Season award.

1. Kevin De Bruyne – £425,000

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At the top of our rankings stands Kevin De Bruyne, Manchester City’s midfield dynamo. He joined City from Wolfsburg in August 2015 for a massive transfer fee of £55 million, making him the second most expensive signing in the league at that time. The Belgian is rapidly making his way up the Premier League all-time assists leaderboard, standing in fourth place. Week after week, De Bruyne continues to dazzle in City’s midfield and is compensated £425,000 for his services.
His incredible skills and finesse on the field have made him a true joy to watch for any football fan, regardless of which team they support, and one of the highest-paid players in the Premier League.

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