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Top 10 Highest Paid Players In Premier League in 2022/23 Season

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Lots of money is made in the English Premier League, which we all know. But will it be correct to state that the players make the chunk of the money? Even if they don’t, they make money still. But how much?

Who is the highest-paid footballer in the Premier League 2022? Which of them earns the highest salary?

NaijNiara has compiled a list of the 10 top-earning Premier League players in 2022/23.

Top 10 Highest Paid Premier League Players In 2022/23

10. Jack Grealish – £300,000 per week (Man City)

Grealish plays for Manchester City as a winger in the Premier League. He moved to the club from Aston Villa in 2021 for a fee worth £100 million which made him the most expensive English player ever.

He is number 10 on our list of Current Highest Paid Players In the Premier League with a salary of £300,000 per week and £15,600,000 per year.

9. Casemiro – £300,000 weekly salary (Man Utd)

Casemiro plays his club football in Manchester United as a defensive midfielder. He joined the Red Devils this summer from Real Madrid for a fee reported to be around £60 million signing a 4-year contract.

He ranks number 9 on our list of Current Highest Paid Players In the Premier League with a weekly salary of £300,000 and an annual salary of £15,600,000.

8. Raheem Sterling – £325,000 per week (Chelsea)

Sterling plays for Chelsea as a forward in the Premier League. He is one of the players to have left Manchester City this summer when he signed for Chelsea for a fee worth to be about £47.5 million on a 5-year contract.

He earns £325,000 per week and £16,900,000 per year.

7. Raphaël Varane – £340,000 per week (Man Utd)

Varane currently plays for Premier League club Manchester United as a defender. He joined the club from Real Madrid in 2021.

The Frenchman has 3 years left on his contract and earns £340,000 per week and £17,680,000 per year.

6. Jadon Sancho – £350,000 per week (Man Utd)

Sancho plays as a forward for Manchester United in the Premier League.

He joined the Red Devils from Borussia Dortmund in 2021 signing a 5 year contract which would see him earning £350,000 per week and £18,200,000 per year.

5. Mohamed Salah – £350,000 per week (Liverpool)

Salah currently plays for Liverpool in the Premier League as a forward. He joined The Reds from Roma in 2017 for a £36.5m fee.

He signed a 3 year contract extension in 2022 which would see him earning £350,000 per week and £18,200,000 per year.

4. David de Gea – £375,000 per week (Man Utd)

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De Gea plays as a goalkeeper for Premier League club Manchester United. He moved to Manchester United from Atletico Madrid in 2011 for a fee of £18.9 million.

The Spaniard signed a 4 year contract renewal in 2019 which would see him earning £375,000 per week and £19,500,000 per year.

3. Erling Haaland – £375,000 per week (Man City)

Haaland currently plays for Manchester City as a forward in the Premier League.

He joined them this summer from Borussia Dortmund for a fee of £51.2 million signing a 5 year contract which would see him earn £375,000 per week and £19,500,000 per year.

2. Kevin De Bruyne – £400,000 per week (Man City)

De Bruyne plays for Manchester City as a midfielder in the Premier League. The Belgian joined Manchester City from VfL Wolfsburg in 2015 on a six-year-contract.

In 2021, he signed a new 4 year contract which would see him earning £400,000 per week and £20,800,000 per year.

1. Cristiano Ronaldo – £515,385 per week (Man Utd)

Ronaldo currently plays as a forward for Premier League club Manchester United.

The Portugese player joined the Red Devils from Juventus in 2021 for a fee of £12 million on a 2-year contract which would make him the highest paid player in the Premier League with a whooping salary of £515,385 per week and £26,800,000 per year.

This article was updated 2 months ago

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