Top 10 Football Earners in the Premier League | See List
The Premier League is known got having some of the best footballers in the World playing in England and some of them also earn good money.
Notjustok has decided to outline the top ten highest-paid players in the Premier League.
( Joint 9th) Paul Pogba: £290,000 per week:
The French midfielder who joined Manchester United from Juventus in 2017 for a record transfer fee as at that time earns 290,000 pounds a week. He is expected to earn more than that, if he decides to renew his contract with Manchester United.
( Joint 9th) N'Golo Kante: £290,000 per week:
Kante is joint with his countryman, Pogba on the same amount earned per week. He joined Chelsea from Leicester City in 2016 after winning the league with the foxes in the 2015/16 season, but was handed a new contract in 2018. Kante's contract expires in 2023 and might earn more than what he is earning currently.
( Joint 7th) Raheem Sterling: £300,000 per week:
The Manchester City player joined the Cityzens from Liverpool in 2015 and like Kante, he signed a new deal in 2018. He was rumoured to want to leave the club during the summer transfer window because of lack of playing time.
Joint (7th) Jack Grealish: £300,000 per week:
Grealish joined Manchester City from Aston Villa for £100 million during the summer transfer window in 2021 for a record transfer move. He is the most expensive English player, his contract with City runs until June 2027.
(6) Romelu Lukaku: £325,000 per week:
The Belgian joined Chelsea from Inter Milan breaking the Blues record transfer fee for a player ( €100 million ). Lukaku has not the ground running since he joined the club from the Serie A, his contract runs until 2026.
(5) Raphael Varane: £340,000 per week:
The French defender joined Manchester United from Real Madrid during the summer transfer window in 2021. Varane has been in good form since he joined the Red Devils. He is the highest-paid defender in the Premier League and his contract runs until 2025.
(4) Jadon Sancho: £350,000 per week:
Sancho just like Varane joined Manchester United during the 2021 summer transfer window from Borussia Dortmund. Sancho has been on the radar of Manchester United for a while before they finally got him this season.
(3) David De Gea: £375,000 per week:
The Spaniard has established himself as Manchester United's number shot-stopper following his impressive performance for the Red Devils since he joined from Atletico Madrid in the summer of 2011. De Gea's contract expires in 2023 but the club have an option to extend the contract.
(2) Kevin De Bruyne: £400,000 per week:
De Bruyne is the second Belgian on the top ten earners in the Premier League after Lukaku. He plays his football for Manchester City and has been one of the best players in the league since he joined them from Wolfsburg. He is contacted to the club until 2025.
(1) Cristiano Ronaldo: £510,000 per week:
Ronald joined Manchester United for a second spell when he joined Juventus for £13 million during the summer transfer window of 2021. He signed a two year deal with the club with an option to extend his contract.