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Liverpool FC Players Salaries 2022: Weekly Wages 2021/2022

Liverpool Football Club is a professional football club based in Liverpool, England, that competes in the Premier League, the top tier of English football

Nicknamed the Reds, Liverpool are the second most successful club in English Football. The club has won nineteen League titles, seven FA Cups, a record nine League Cups and fifteen FA Community Shields. In international competitions, the club has won six European Cups, more than any other English club, three UEFA Cups, four UEFA Super Cups, and one FIFA Club World Cup.

Liverpool play their home matches at one of the most iconic sports arenas, the Anfield.

Liverpool also happens to be one of the richest football clubs today. According to business magazine, Forbes, the English side has a value of $4.1 billion, the 5th highest value for a football club.

Who is the highest earning Liverpool FC Player? Virgil van Djik is Liverpool’s highest-earning player, earning £220,000 per-week, which makes him one the best-paid player in the Premier League and one of highest paid defenders.

Liverpool FC Players Salaries

Here are the Liverpool FC Players’ Salaries for the 2022 season:

PLAYER (27)

POS.

AGE

ANNUAL SALARY

WEEKLY SALARY

Virgil Van Dijk

D

29

£11,440,000

£220,000

Thiago Alcántara do Nascimento

M

29

£10,400,000

£200,000

Mohamed Salah

F

28

£10,400,000

£200,000

Trent Alexander-Arnold

D

22

£9,360,000

£180,000

Roberto Firmino

F

29

£9,360,000

£180,000

Fabinho Tavares

M

27

£9,360,000

£180,000

Alisson Becker

GK

28

£7,800,000

£150,000

Jordan Henderson

M

30

£7,280,000

£140,000

James Milner

M

35

£7,280,000

£140,000

Naby Keita

M

26

£6,240,000

£120,000

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

M

27

£6,240,000

£120,000

Sadio Mane

F

28

£5,200,000

£100,000

Joel Matip

D

29

£5,200,000

£100,000

Diogo Jota

F

24

£4,700,000

£90,385

Joe Gomez

D

23

£3,900,000

£75,000

Takumi Minamino

F

26

£3,900,000

£75,000

Ibrahima Konate

D

0

£3,640,000

£70,000

Divock Origi

F

25

£3,120,000

£60,000

Konstantinos Tsimikas

D

24

£3,120,000

£60,000

Adrian San Miguel del Castillo

GK

34

£3,016,000

£58,000

Andrew Robertson

D

27

£2,600,000

£50,000

Curtis Jones

M

20

£390,000

£7,500

Caoimhin Kelleher

GK

22

£312,000

£6,000

Kamil Grabara

GK

22

£260,000

£5,000

Luis Díaz

F

24

-

-

Harvey Elliott

M

17

-

-

Rhys Williams

D

20

-

-

FAQs – Frequently Asked Questions

Q.1. Who is the highest-paid player in Liverpool?

Virgil van Djik joined Liverpool from Southampton in 2018. His weekly wage at the Anfield is £220,000.

Q.2. How much is Liverpool FC worth?

Liverpool's total value is estimated to be at around $4.2 Billion.

Q.3. How much is Mohamed Salah earning at Liverpool?

Mo Salah is earning £200,000 a week and £10,400,000 a year.

Q.4. Who scored the most goals for Liverpool football club?

Ian Rush has the record for scoring the most goals for Liverpool. He scored 346 goals in 660 appearances for the side.

Q.5. Who is Liverpool's most expensive signing ever?

Liverpool paid £76.2 million for Virgil van Djik in 2018 making him their most expensive signing ever. They signed him from Southampton.

Q.5. Who is Liverpool’s most expensive player sale?

Philippe Coutinho became the most expensive player in Liverpool's history and the most expensive Reds sale ever when Barcelona paid £142 million to secure the services of the Brazilian.

Q.5. Who is owner of Liverpool FC?

Fenway Sports Group Holdings are the current owners of Liverpool FC. The American company, founded by John W. Henry, is valued at $7.35billion (£5.47bn) and they have owned Liverpool since buying the club for £300million from George Gillett and Tom Hicks in 2010.

Q.5. How many goals did Luis Suarez score for Liverpool?

The Uruguayan scored 82 goals in 133 appearances for the Reds.

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