Leicester City Player Salaries 2023-22: Weekly Wages & Highest Paid
In their first fixture of the season, Leicester City began their Premier League 2023/22 campaign with a 1-0 win over Wolves. Foxes will be looking to continue their consecutive winning run as they enter the second Matchday of the season. The club has added a couple of new players and spends a total of £58,505,000 on Leicester City player salaries.
The City had a good closure to the 2023-21 season as they won the FA Cup against Chelsea and the Community Shield against Manchester City a week before the new season commenced.
Leicester City 2023-22 Player Salaries
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Who is Leicester City’s highest-paid player?
Foxes talisman Jamie Vardy is the club’s highest-paid player. Vardy earns an annual salary of £7,280,000 and a weekly wage of £140,000 at Leicester.
What is Leicester’s Weekly wage Bill?
Leicester City’s weekly wage bill amounts to £1,888,225.
What is Leicester City’s Annual Wage, Bill?
Leicester City has an annual bill of £98,187,700.
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Leicester City Transfers 2023/22
Leicester City had an impressive 2023/21 season. After marginally missing out on a Champions League spot as they finished fifth, the foxes went on to win FA Cup and Community Shield. Brendan Rogers has set his goals and has made the required moves. Here are all the transactions Leicester City made in the current Summer Transfer Window.
Zambian forward Patson Daka has joined the foxes from R B Salzburg. He has signed a contract of five years with the club.
Boubakary Soumaré was Leicester’s second signing of the season. The midfielder has joined the club from Ligue 1 champions Lille.
Veteran left-back Ryan Bertrand made the switch from Southampton to Leicester and became the club’s third signing.
Another player to take the Southampton to Leicester route is Jannik Vestergaard. The Danish international will be a valuable addition to Leicester’s defence.
In 2015/16, Wes Morgan, Leicester’s Premier League lifting captain, retired from the club ahead of the new season. Christian Fuchs left the foxes after six years to join MLS club Charlotte FC.