Highest Money Spenders ! Top 10 Wage Bills in World Football Revealed as Premier League Sides Dominate List,
football players wages 5 of Premier League sides make it into the top 10 highest paying clubs in the world in terms of annual wages.
Playing in the world’s richest league evidently has its issues in terms of outgoing salaries, in that bigger payout are required to gets the best players in football – although there are major issues surrounding that idea when present with this list as wages.
So, according to the Daily Mail, who are the world’s biggest spenders?
Here are the top 10 football players wages …
10. Juventus – £181m
At the 10 Position is Juventus Old Lady, the Serie A champions and 2016-17 Champions League runners-up who signed Gonzalo Higuain last summer for €90m record transfer fees.
Club stalwart Gianluigi Buffon will be on bucketloads, as will centre-back Giorgio Chiellini and fellow defender Dani Alves aswell.
9. Liverpool – £200m
football players wages Liverpool just about snuck into the Premier League’s top four and will be able to sign top class players this summer because of Champions league.
First-team stars like Philippe Coutinho, Sadio Mane, Hendersen and Roberto Firmino will all be on big wages.
8. Bayern Munich – £225m
Germans are on number 8, Munich are Germany’s top team currently, not just in the Bundesliga but also in wages spent on players.
Goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, considered to be the best shot-stopper in the world, will be picking up top wages, as will wingers Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery, defenders Mats Hummels and Jerome Boateng and striker Robert Lewandowski aswell.
7. Arsenal – £234m
Arsenal may be higher up than Bayern Munich on this list but it counted for little when the two clubs met in the Champions League, with the Germans winning 10-2 on aggregate in UCL.
Forwards Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil may end up signing new deals, which could push Arsenal’s wage bracket past £234m.
6. PSG – £239m
The French standing among European clubs over the past few years, becoming one of the most wealthy clubs in the world now.
Winger Angel Di Maria, centre-back Thiago Silva and striker Edinson Cavani will be commanding big pay wages, as will midfielders Matuidi and Marco Verratti.
5. Manchester City – £248m
Just like PSG Arab Money,Man City are a global force to be reckoned with and have the financial means to back themselves in the transfer market.
They haven’t been scared to splash the cash this summer, with Bernardo Silva joining the club and Benfica goalie Ederson expected to follow suit, while likes of Sergio Aguero,Silva, Jesus, Stones Gets high Money…
4. Real Madrid – £250m
Champions of Europe are only fourth when it comes to expenditure on wages, which is surprising considering they boast players like Cristiano Ronaldo, Bale, Ramos,Kroos, Modric, and Benzema.
Madrid have never been scared of throwing money at a potential signing and have reaped the rewards in recent years, winning 3 Champions Leagues in the past 4 years,
3. Chelsea – £256m
The Premier League title winners have spent their money wisely on players over the past few years, winning the Premier League twice in the past three seasons in Epl.
football players wagesEden Hazard will be commanding a good salary, as will outgoing defender Cahill, John Terry, striker Diego Costa Midfielder Willian and goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois.
2. Manchester United – £265m
football players wages Imagine the sort of wages Ibrahimovic picked up during his first season at Manchester United in Epl.
The homecoming of Paul Pogba will have seen an increase in salaries, with goalkeeper David De Gea also picking up a hefty salary.
1. Barcelona – £279m
Catalan giants top the list Highest Wages Spending Club, with Lionel Messi unsurprisingly picking up a healthy wage due to his standing in world football.
Luis Suarez has become arguably the best striker in the world during his time at Barcelona and will demand a healthy salary, while Neymar,Iniesa, Gerard Pique and Sergio Busquets will be on good pay packets.