Highest paid XI in the Premier League

Loading...

Thanks
to
the
global
viewership
of
the
Premier
League
and
massive
fanbase
of
big
clubs
like
Manchester
United,
Liverpool,
Chelsea,
Arsenal
and
others,
the
whole
League
gets
benefitted
with
a
huge
amount
of
revenue
from
TV
deal
as
well
as
other
sponsorship
deals.

And,
it
is
therefore
no
surprise
that
players
in
the
Premier
League
usually
gets
paid
more
on
an
average
in
comparison
to
other
leagues
in
Europe.

Here,
we
look
at
highest-paid
XI
of
players
in
the
Premier
League.

Loading...


1.
Goalkeeper

David
de
Gea
(Manchester
United)

£375,000-per-week

De
Gea’s
form
might
have
been
on
the
wane
over
the
past
few
years
but
he
has
also
been
the
best
player
of
the
club
for
a
long
period
of
time.
Between
2013
to
2018,
the
Spaniard
was
the
hero
of
the
Red
Devils
during
a
tough
time
and
his
current
wage
suggests
that.


2.
Right
Back

Trent
Alexander-Arnold
(Liverpool)

£180,000-per-week

Loading...

Possibly
the
best
right-back
in
the
world,
Alexander-Arnold
competes
with
creative
midfielders
and
wingers
for
assists
which
shows
what
an
attacking
talent
he
has
on
offer.
He
recently
signed
a
new
deal
with
his
boyhood
club
and
became
the
highest-paid
player
in
his
position
in
the
division.


3.
Centre
Back

Raphael
Varane
(Manchester
United)

£340,000-per-week

United
signed
the
Frenchman
from
Real
Madrid
this
summer
and
he
has
been
rewarded
the
most
lucrative
contract
in
the
Premier
League
for
a
centre-back.
A
player
who
has
won
everything
with
Real
Madrid
and
World
Cup
with
France,
Varane
will
have
big
3expectations
to
fulfil
at
Old
Trafford.

Loading...


4.
Centre
Back

John
Stones
(Manchester
City)

£250,000-per-week

Stones
looked
like
a
completely
rejuvenated
player
last
season
and
is
once
again
regarded
as
one
of
the
best
players
in
his
position
in
the
Premier
League
and
his
weekly
wage
of
£250,000-per-week
shows
how
crucial
he
is
to
the
Cityzens.


5.
Left
Back

Ben
Chilwell
(Chelsea)

£190,000-per-week

Loading...

Chilwell
joined
Chelsea
last
summer
from
Leicester
City
and
became
the
highest-paid
left-back
in
the
Premier
League.
He
had
a
solid
debut
season
for
the
Blues
and
was
crucial
in
their
way
to
champions
League
glory.


6.
Central
Midfield

Kevin
De
Bruyne
(Manchester
City)

£400,000-per-week

The
best
central
midfielder
in
the
world,
De
Bruyne
is
pretty
deservingly
the
highest-paid
central
midfielder
in
the
Premier
League.
The
Belgian
superstar
pays
every
penny
back
to
his
club
whenever
he
is
on
the
pitch.

Loading...


7.
Central
Midfielder

Paul
Pogba
(Manchester
United)

£290,000-per-week

Expectations
were
massive
from
Pogba
when
United
signed
him
back
from
Juventus
for
a
then
world-record
fee
and
it
is
safe
to
say
that
he
has
not
quite
lived
up
to
those.
The
Frenchman
is
however
a
player
who
makes
a
difference
on
his
day
and
the
fans
will
hope
he
finally
manages
to
find
his
consistency.


8.
Right
Winger

Raheem
Sterling
(Manchester
City)

£300,000-per-week

Loading...

Sterling
has
played
a
pivotal
role
in
the
success
of
City
over
the
last
few
years
and
his
contract
shows
how
much
he
means
to
the
club.


9.
Attacking
Midfielder

Jack
Grealish
(Manchester
City)

£300,000-per-week

City
made
Grealish
the
most
expensive
English
player
of
all
time
when
they
paid
Villa
£100
million
for
his
signature.
The
gifted
attacking
midfielder
has
signed
an
extremely
lucrative
deal
with
the
Cityzens
and
is
on
a
weekly
wage
of
£300,000-per-week.

Loading...


10.
Cristiano
Ronaldo
(Manchester
United)

£385,000-per-week

Ronaldo
took
a
significant
wage
cut
to
move
back
to
United
but
still
becomes
the
highest-paid
player
in
his
position.
Ronaldo
is
believed
to
be
on
a
weekly
wage
of
£385,000-per-week
and
that
is
pretty
modest
for
a
serial
winner
like
him.


11.
Romelu
Lukaku
(Chelsea)

£325,000-per-week

Loading...

Just
like
Ronaldo,
Lukaku
also
made
his
way
back
to
his
former
club
but
the
Belgian
certainly
has
a
whole
lot
more
to
prove.
Since
departing
Chelsea,
Lukaku
established
himself
as
one
of
the
best
strikers
in
the
planet
and
the
Blues
had
to
splurge
around
£97.5million
to
bring
back
the
striker
a
decade
after
he
had
originally
joined
the
club.

Stay connected with us on social media platform for instant update click here to join our  Twitter, & Facebook

We are now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel (@TechiUpdate) and stay updated with the latest Technology headlines.

Loading...

For all the latest Sports News Click Here 

 For the latest news and updates, follow us on Google News

Read original article here

Loading...
Denial of responsibility! TechAzi is an automatic aggregator around the global media. All the content are available free on Internet. We have just arranged it in one platform for educational purpose only. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials on our website, please contact us by email – [email protected]. The content will be deleted within 24 hours.

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More