Top 20 Highest Paid Premier League Players 2023

Who are the highest paid players in the EPL? We bring you the list of top 20 highest paid players as of 2021/2022.

It is no secret English Premier League is the most popular and lucrative football division in the world.

Clubs like Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool, boast unrivalled financial firepower and that's why they are always willing to show it off by signing the best players.

Top 20 Highest Paid Premier League Players 2023

So, Who are the highest paid players in the EPL? We bring you the list of top 20 highest paid players as of 2022/2023.

20. Thomas Partey (Arsenal) - £200,000 Per Week

Arsenal spent around £45m for Thomas Partey and the midfielder's contract might made him one of the highest earners at the club.

Arsenal Signed Partey from Atletico Madrid where he had spent his entire senior career.

Partey reportedly signed a four-year contract with an option for another year.

19. Heung-Min Son (Tottenham Hotspur) - £200,000 Per Week

Heung-Min Son has scored over 100 goals in close to 300 appearances in all competitions since joining Tottenham from Bayer Leverkusen in August 2015.

The South Korea captain recently extended his stay at Tottenham until 2025.

18. Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) - £200,000 Per Week

Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur)

Harry Kane in 2018 agreed a new deal with Tottenham Hotspur that will keep him at the club until 2024.

Kane's six-year deal is worth £200,000 per week—double his previous wages. With bonuses, he could earn up to £15 million per year.

The striker is a three-time Premier League Golden Boot winner.

17. Virgil Van Djik (Liverpool) - £220,000 Per Week

Arguably the best centre-back in the world right now, Virgil van Djik joined Liverpool from Southampton in the 2017/18 winter transfer window.

Liverpool paid £75 million for his services making him the most expensive defender in the history of the Premier League at the time.

His arrival at Anfield solidified Liverpool’s defense that had a long reputation of being vulnerable.

He was clutch as Liverpool won the UEFA Champions League in 2019 and English Premier League in 2020.

The Dutchman won the UEFA Men’s Player of the year in 2018 and finished runner up for the Ballon d’Or and the Best FIFA Men’s Player award in 2019.

He recently extended his contract with Liverpool until 2025. His current weekly wage is £220,000.

16. Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United) - £240,000 Per Week

Bruno Fernandes marked a long term £49,920,000 contract with the Manchester United, including a yearly typical compensation of £12,480,000. In 2022, Fernandes will procure a base compensation of £12,480,000.

15. Reece James (Chelsea) - £250,000 Per Week

Reece James (Chelsea)

Reece James recently established himself as one of the best right-backs in the Premier League.

His excellent performances attracted some of Europe's biggest clubs, but Chelsea acted fast and tied his to a 6-year contract in 2022 until 2028 and his wages were also doubled.

James joined Chelsea aged 6, although he had a short stint at Fulham.

14. Anthony Martial (Manchester United) - £250,000 Per Week

When Anthony Martial Joined Manchester United in 2015, the Frenchman was touted to be a future Ballon d'Or winner.

His £36 million transfer fee made him the world's most expensive teenage footballer at the time.

Fast Forward to 2021, he has fallen out of favour, occasionally being used as a substitute.

The 26-year-old's contract with United expires at the end of the season and move away from Old Trafford is imminent.

13. John Stones (Manchester City) - £250,000 Per Week

Manchester City acquired John Stones from Everton for a reported fee of £47.6 million in 2016. The centre-back was highlighted as a future star and an impressive signing for City.

Stones was a crucial member of Manchester City team that won the Premier League in the 2020/21 season, having forged a remarkable partnership with Ruben Dias at the back.

His current contract runs until 2026 and he stands to earn an average annual salary of £13 million.

12. Gabriel Jesus (Arsenal) - £265,000 Per Week

Gabriel Jesus (Arsenal)

The Brazilian joined Arsenal from Manchester City where he had been since 2017.

At city, Gabriel won the Premier League title four times, the FA Cup, and the League Cup three times.

11. Kalidou Koulibaly (Chelsea) - £290,000 Per Week

The Senegalese joined Chelsea from Napoli in the late spring of 2022 for a charge of £41.8 million. He marked a four-year contract worth £61.36 million at the Stamford Extension

The 31-year-old had joined Napoli in 2014 from Genk. The middle back was instrumental for Napoli during his 8-year stay and sooner or later, being perceived as perhaps of the best protector on earth.

10. N'golo Kante (Chelsea) - £290,000 Per Week

N'golo Kante was astronomical as Leicester City surprisingly won the Premier League in the 2015/2016 season.

This earned him a move to Chelsea, where he has since established himself as the best defensive midfielder in the world.

Since joining Chelsea, he has won one Premier League title, UEFA Champions league, Europa League, FA Cup, and UEFA Super cup.

He was also voted Premier League player of the season after stellar individual performances as Chelsea won the Premier League in the 2016/2017 campaign.

His current deal at Stamford Bridge expires in 2023 and sees him earn £290,000 per week.

09. Carlos Casemiro (Manchester United) - £300,000 Per Week

Manchester United paid Real Madrid an initial fee of £60m plus £10m in add-ons for Casemiro, who signed a four-year contract with the option of a further 12 months at Old Trafford.

08. Jack Grealish (Manchester City) - £300,000 Per Week

Manchester City completed the signing of Jack Grealish for a British-record fee of £100 million, surpassing the £89.3 million spent by Manchester United to sign Paul Pogba from Juventus in 2016.

Grealish made 213 appearances over the course of eight seasons he was at Aston Villa, scoring 32 goals.

07. Raheem Sterling (Chelsea) - £325,000 Per Week

Raheem Sterling (Chelsea)

Raheem Sterling was a crucial member of Manchester City since joining them from Liverpool in 2015.

Manchester City paid Liverpool £49 Million to secure his services.

The winger helped Manchester City win Premier League three times, five League Cups, and FA Cup once.

Having enjoyed so much success with City, Sterling secured a £50m move to Stamford Bridge.

06. Raphael Varane (Manchester United) - £340,000 Per Week

Varane is considered one of the best centre-backs of his generation thanks to his trophy-laden spell at Bernabeu. He won 3 Laliga titles, four UEFA Champions League titles, and four FIFA Club World cups with Real Madrid.

He was also integral as France won the 2018 FIFA World cup in Russia.

The France international made a £40 million move from Bernabeu to Old Trafford in the 2021 summer transfer window.

Manchester United will be paying Varane £17.6 million per year that is triple what he was earning at Real Madrid making him the best-paid defender in the Premier League.

05. Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) - £350,000 Per Week

The Liverpool and Egypt forward has been one of best players worldwide in recent times.

Following a stellar first season with Liverpool where he scored 43 goals for the reds, his contract extended where he would earn £200,000 per week.

Salah's agents are in talks with Liverpool to extend his current deal and double his wages.

04. Jadon Sancho (Manchester United) - £350,000 Per Week

Jadon Sancho (Manchester United)

Sancho completed his move back to the Premier League in July, as he transferred from Borussia Dortmund to Manchester United.

The Red Devils splashed £72.9 million for the England winger.

Sancho managed 49 goals and 63 assists across all competitions for Dortmund.

His first spell in the Premier League was at Manchester City, where he came through their youth system.

03. Erling Haaland (Manchester City) - £375,000 Per Week

Following a successful spell with Borussia Dortmund where he scored 62 goals in 67 matches, Haaland secured a £50m move to Manchester City.

The Norwegian has been one of the most lethal strikers in world recently. By joining city he followed in his fathers, Alf-Inge, footsteps who played and captained Manchester City.

02. David De Gea (Manchester United) - £375,000 Per Week

De Gea has been world’s best paid goalkeeper for a while now, thanks to superb performances during his early years at Old Trafford.

During his time with Manchester United, they have won the Premier League, the FA Cup, the League Cup, the UEFA Europa League and the Community Shield.

His most impressive season was 2017/18, in which he kept 22 clean sheets and conceded only 35 goals in all competitions, helped him win the Premier League’s Golden Glove award.

The Manchester united number one contract’s runs until 2023 and is paid £375,000 per week.

01. Jadon Sancho (Manchester United) - £385,000 Per Week

Jadon Sancho (Manchester United)

Kevin De Bruyne joined Manchester City from Bundesliga side Wolfsburg in 2015, a move that would see him become one of the best midfielders today.

The Belgian has helped Manchester City win Premier League three times, five League Cups, and FA Cup once.

De Bruyne was the recipient of the 2019/2020 PFA Players' Player of the Year award, after his remarkable individual campaign in the Premier League, whereby he matched Thierry Henry's record of 20 assists in a single season.

Manchester City paid £70 million for his services. His current contract with the citizens runs until 2025, and he earns £385,000 weekly.

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