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Earning over 303 times the average Premier League salary, here are the 10 most expensive footballers in England’s top flight.
Kicking off at number 10 is Manchester United’s Casemiro.
The Brazilian signed for United as a five-time Champions League winner and, despite only being able to offer Europa League football, his agent still managed to secure top dollar for him. He’s certainly made an impact so far.
Jack Grealish comes in at number nine with Man City, who paid £100 million for the England star last summer.
Despite an unsuccessful debut season he remains one of the league’s most exciting players and was included in Gareth Southgate’s 2021 World Cup squad.
Raheem Sterling clocks in at number eight, earning big money at Chelsea after making the switch from Manchester City.
His ability to beat his man and deliver incisive passes has yet to be fully utilised, however.
Raphael Varane earns spot number seven with Manchester United; he might not have had a standout first season with the Red Devils but looked fantastic alongside Lisandro Martinez when they beat Liverpool 2-1 last February.
Coming in at joint fourth on our list is Liverpool pairing Mohamed Salah and Man Utd’s Jadon Sancho – both earning £350k per week thanks to new contracts this summer.
Liverpool icon Salah put an end to contract impasse while Sancho is striving to build on a failed first season with the Red Devils under Graham Potter’s leadership.
David de Gea takes up second place on our list with £375k a week coming his way from United after an embarrassingly shoddy defensive campaign that saw him earn every penny of it.
And taking out first place – and good bread it is too – is Kevin De Bruyne at Man City who earns a whopping £400k per week according to Pep Guardiola who gushed about his “incredible talent” and “work ethic”.
This article was updated 3 months ago