The Premier League is undoubtedly the most exciting league in the world, and its clubs equally have deep pockets.
Over £800 million has so far been spent on signings, with Chelsea leading as the biggest spenders.
The Blues have already signed Hakim Ziyech, Timo Werner, Thiago Silva, Kai Havertz, while Edourd Mendy’s move is imminent.
Manchester United have acquired the service Van de Beek from Ajax and are still looking to add Jadon Sancho before the transfer window closes.
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— AUBA⚡️ (@Auba) September 15, 2020
Liverpool and Manchester City have been somewhat quiet, but Everton seem to be in buzz after signing James Rodriguez and Allan.
Just as the transfer fees are high, so is the wages of some footballers. By signing a new deal this week, Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is now the highest-paid player in the league.
He is closely followed by teammate Mezut Ozil and Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea, who are both on £350,000-per-week.
Kai Havertz has only been training with Chelsea for a week. He is still only 21, in a new league and still is only getting used to his new team mates
Give him time, he is going to the very top.. pic.twitter.com/J01ROuzQaz
— Conn (@ConnCFC) September 14, 2020
Chelsea’s new signing Kai Havertz is also in the top 10, as he takes a weekly wage of £310,000.
Here are the top 10 earning players in the Premier League:
- Willian (Arsenal) £220,000-per-week
- Sergio Aguero (Manchester City) £230,000-per-week
- Anthony Martial (Manchester United) £250,000-per-week
- Paul Pogba (Manchester United) £290,000-per-week
- Raheem Sterling (Manchester City) £300,000-per-week
- Kai Havertz (Chelsea) £310,000-per-week
- Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City) £320,000-per-week
- David de Gea (Manchester United) £350,000-per-week
- Mesut Ozil (Arsenal) £350,000-per-week
- Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal) £350,000-per-week plus