Lautaro Martinez Salary, Weekly Wage And Hotspur Contract Details

Tottenham Hotspur has reportedly agreed on the fee to sign Inter Milan forward Lautaro Martinez. Spurs are ready to pay a salary of £60 million to the 23 years old, and reports suggest that Martinez will be heading to North London in the coming weeks.

The move is yet to be confirmed officially, and there might be further twists and turns in this transfer. Inter Milan had accepted Tottenham’s bid for Lautaro Martinez before the rumours linking Lukaku to Chelsea surfaced. Now, as Lukaku’s departure from the Italian club seems imminent, Inter will hesitate to allow both of their star strikers to leave the club.

Lautaro Martinez Salary, Weekly Wage & Contract Details

According to Sky reports, Lautaro Martinez has signed a five-year deal at Tottenham Hotspur for £60 million. That means, 23 years old will get an annual salary of £12 million.

Contract YearsAnnual Salary
2021-22£12,000,000
2022-23£12,000,000
2023-24£12,000,000
2024-25 £12,000,000
2025-26 £12,000,000

If Lautaro Martinez joins Spurs, he will become the club’s third notable signing of the current summer transfer window. Needless to say, Martinez will join Tottenham as a replacement for Harry Kane, whose future seems uncertain at the club. The Spurs talisman is heavily linked with Manchester City, and his absence from pre-season training raises further suspicion.

The Argentine forward scored 17 goals in 98 matches for the Inter Milan team, winning the scudetto last season. Martinez was most recently in action at the Copa America 2022. He was a part of the Argentina team which won the Copa last month.

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Lautaro Martinez Weekly Wages at Inter Milan

Here are the Lautaro Martinez weekly wages at Inter Milan football club.

  • 2018: £4,000 per week
  • 2019: £48,000 per week
  • 2020: £46,000 per week
  • 2021: £81,000 per week

Why is Inter Milan selling their star players?

Inter Milan is facing financial distress. The Italian club is debt-ridden, and its owners have frozen the funding and investments at the club, forcing Inter to let go star players.

Achraf Hakimi, Ashley Young has already parted ways with Inter, and the club’s talismanic striker Romelu Lukaku is on the verge of sealing a move to Stamford Bridge. Lautaro Martinez’s linking with Tottenham gives us an idea about Inter’s financial woes.

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