Manchester City Players Salaries 2023-22: Weekly Wages & Highest-Paid Player
Manchester City FC will enter the new Premier League season as the reigning champions of the English Top flight. Pep Guardiola will aim to retain City’s Premier League title in the upcoming 2023/22 season, and winning the Champions League Trophy will be the top priority of the English champions. The City is one of the Premier League’s highest spenders with a whopping wage bill of £6.98m per player.
Manchester City Players Salaries 2023-22
|Player||Position||Age||Annual Salary||Weekly Wage|
|Kevin De Bruyne||M||30||£20,020,000||£385,000|
|Jack Grealish||F, AM||25||£15,600,000||£300,000|
Manchester City Transfers 2023-22
Manchester City will display a new looking side as they take the field in the new season of the English Premier League. The city squad has undergone significant changes after clinching the premier league trophy in May.
The club has parted ways with their legend and all-time highest goalscorer, Sergio Aguero. Eric Garcia, Lukas Nmecha and Felix Nmecha are the other players who have left Etihad. Jack Harrison has converted his loan spell with Leeds United into a permanent move.
Manchester City has made just two signings in the current summer transfer window. City’s long pursuit of Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish has finally ended as Grealish joins the Cityzens for £100 million, making him the costliest signing in the history of Premier League. Grealish will don the number 10. Jersey at the club.
Man City Players Wages 2023-22 (Total)
- Total Salaries:£114,660,000
Who is Manchester City’s Highest-paid player?
Manchester City talisman Kevin De Bruyne is the club’s highest-paid player. De Bruyne earns an annual salary of £20,020,000 and a weekly wage of £385,000.
Who is the least paid player at Man City in the 2023-22 season?
Patrick Roberts earn £520,000 annually, which makes him the lowest-paid Manchester City player. He is young and currently play for the City in the Premier League. He also played for the club such as Celtic, Girona, Norwich City, Fulham, and Middlesbrough.