Premier League Clubs Wage Bills in 2022-22 (Revealed)

This is no secret that Premier League is the world’s biggest football league in every aspect, whether its popularity, viewership or revenue. Thus, the league features some of the best talents in the world, which makes the games more competitive and exciting for the fans. According to recent reports, five Premier League clubs are on the list of highest wage bills. Let’s see Premier League clubs wage bills for the 2022-22 season.

Most of the clubs in the Premier League generate huge revenue, which gives them leverage to pay high transfer fees as well as high wages, which attract big players to play in the league.

Premier League Clubs Wage Bills 2022-22

In terms of maximum spending, Manchester City tops the list with a wage bill of £220 million, followed by the rival city Manchester United who spend £205.4m this season. Man City’s spending also reflects in the players’ wages, the club’s highest-paid player Kevin De Bruyne earn £320,000 a week.

Manchester City’s Pep Guardiola is the Premier League’s highest-paid football manager who earns yearly £18 million.

It is right that huge spending does not always guarantee success, but sometimes it does, and Liverpool showed how to execute it. Here is the list of all Premier League clubs wage bills.

No.CLUBWAGE BILLHIGHEST PAID PLAYER
1Manchester City£220mK. De Bruyne (£320,000)
2Manchester United£205.4mD. Dea Gea (£300,000)
3Liverpool£190mM. Salah (£260,000)
4Chelsea£186.7mTimo Werner (£240,000)
5Arsenal£175mP.E Aubamyang (£320,000)
6Tottenham£151.5mHarry Kane (£260,000)
7Everton£114mJames Rodriguez (£160,000)
8Leicester City£86.2mJamie Vardy (£200,000)
9West Ham£79.8mAndriy Yarmolenko (£115,000)
11Wolverhampton£75.9mJose Moutinho (£100,000)
10Southampton£75.9mDanny Ings (£75,000)
12Crystal Palace£63.3mWilfried Zaha (£130,000)
13Newcastle United£63mJoelinton (£80,000)
14Aston Villa£55.7mJack Grealish (£120,000)
15Fulham£51.2mAlphonse Areola (£85,000)
18West Brom£45.6mKieran Gibbs (£55,000)
19Brighton£43mAdam Lallana (£80,000)
17Burnley£39mBen Mee (£55,000)
16Leeds United£31.4mRodrigo Machado (£57,500)
20Sheffield United£28.6mPhil Jagielka (£51,000)

The list shows how Premier League clubs are spending huge than any other league in the world.

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