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Revealed: The highest paid player at every Premier League club

An insight into the wages of the Premier League’s top stars has been provided.


The Premier League is arguably the richest league in world football and thus, is home to some of the richest players.

Chelsea alone spent over £600m in the last two transfer windows, which is more than some leagues spent as a whole.

But who is the highest-paid Premier League player?

Well, SportBible have now released a list of every Premier League club’s top earners, which you can see below.

In the list it is revealed that Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne is the Premier League’s highest earner.

*Update - Bukayo Saka is now Arsenal’s highest earner after signing a new £15m-per-year deal on May 23.

Arsenal - Bukayo Saka (£288,000)

Aston Villa – Lucas Digne (£160,000 a week)

Bournemouth – Jefferson Lerma (£55,000 a week)

Brentford – Ben Mee (£55,000 a week)

Brighton – Adam Lallana (£90,000 a week)

Chelsea – Raheem Sterling (£325,000 a week)

Crystal Palace – Wilfried Zaha (£130,000 a week)

Everton – Abdoulaye Doucoure, Alex Iwobi & Yerry Mina (£120,000 a week)

Fulham – Bernd Leno (£90,000 a week)

Leeds United – Rodrigo (£100,000 a week)

Leicester – Jamie Vardy (£140,000 a week)

Liverpool – Mohamed Salah (£350,000 a week)

Manchester City – Kevin De Bruyne (£400,000 a week)

Manchester United – David De Gea (£375,000 a week)

Newcastle – Alexander Isak & Bruno Guimaraes (£120,000 a week)

Nottingham Forest – Dean Henderson (£100,000 a week)

Southampton – James Ward-Prowse (£100,000 a week)

Tottenham – Harry Kane (£200,000 a week)

West Ham – Lucas Paqueta (£150,000 a week)

Wolves – Raul Jimenez & Joao Moutinho (£100,000 a week)

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Josh Barker

Josh Barker

Middlesbrough fan from the North East of England. @JoshBarker979 on Twitter.


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