Ranked: The Highest-Paid Player At Each Premier League Club

Premier League is the richest football league in the world. The money spent in this league over transfer fees and wages is astonishingly high. However, not all clubs are able to fork out similar kinds of money on players. In this article, we have ranked the highest-paid player at each Premier League club.

Starting from the lowest wage, here is the ranking of highest-paid player at each Premier League club.

20. Brentford – Pontus Jansson [£25k]

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Pontus Jansson, alongside David Raya, are the highest-paid players at Brentford. They have an annual salary of £1,300,000, which translated to £25k per week. Brentford also have the lowest wage bill in the Premier League.

19. Burnley – Ben Mee [£55k]

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Captain Ben Mee is the highest-paid player at Burnley. He earns an annual salary of £2,860,000, which is equivalent to £55k per week. Having played for the club since 2012, Mee probably deserves that accolade.

18. Leeds United – Raphinha [£63.5k]

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Raphina is one of the best players in the Premier League, so it makes sense that he is the highest-paid player at Leeds. He earns an annual salary of £3,302,000.

17. Norwich City – Brandon Williams [£65k]

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Brandon Williams is on loan from Manchester United to Norwich City. Currently, he earns the highest at the club. However, a huge chunk of that wage is covered by Manchester United. While Ben Gibson, who earns £40k a week, is the highest earner from Norwich.

16. Southampton – Theo Walcott [£75k]

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Walcott’s £75k per week represents the highest total Southampton payout to any player. This equates to an annual salary of £3,900,000.

15. Watford – Moussa Sissoko [£80k]

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Moussa Sissoko is the highest earner at Watford ahead of Ismalia Sarr (£63k) and Danny Rose (£60k). Watford’s annual wage bill is £30m, which is the fourth-lowest in the league.

14. Newcastle United – Joelinton [£86.5k]

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With the injection of cash by new owners, we expect this number to go higher next season – possibly on new players. Since the appointment of Eddie Howe as the boss, the club is heading towards safety. Thus, a massive cash splash can be expected in the summer.

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