Wolverhampton Wanderers Players Salary 2022-22: Highest-paid Wolves Player

Wolves have been one of the standout performers after getting promoted from the Championship in 2017. In their first campaign back in the top flight, they picked up maximum points against the clubs in the top 6.

After the Fosun takes over, the Wolves financial situation has improved significantly. The wage structure and transfers have all clicked for the club. Wolverhampton Wanderers players salary for the 2022-22 season is likely to be increased by the club.

Wolverhampton Wanderers Players Salary 2022-22

Here is the weekly salary of all the players at Wolverhampton Wanderers.


Player
PositionNo.Annual SalaryWeekly Salary
Jose MoutinhoM34£5,200,000£100,000
Rui PatricioGK33£5,200,000£100,000
Fabio SilvaF18£4,160,000£80,000
Nelson SemedoD27£4,000,000£76,923
Patrick CutroneF23£3,272,000£62,923
Daniel PodenceF25£3,120,000£60,000
Pedro NetoF21£2,600,000£50,000
Ruben NevesM24£2,600,000£50,000
Adama TraoreF25£2,236,000£43,000
Raul JimenezF30£2,144,000£41,231
Ki-Jana HoeverD19£2,100,000£40,385
Oskar BuurD23£2,000,000£38,462
Jonny CastroD27£1,907,000£36,673
Leo BonatiniF27£1,820,000£35,000
Fernando MarçalD32£1,820,000£35,000
Ruben VinagreD22£1,560,000£30,000
Leonardo CampanaF20£1,040,000£20,000
Conor CoadyD28£858,000£16,500
Morgan Gibbs-WhiteM21£78,000£1,500
Leander DendonckerM26
Bruno JordaoM22
Max KilmanD24
Luke MathesonD18
Rafa MirF24
Yerson MosqueraD20
Jonny OttoD27
Connor RonanM23
John RuddyGK34
Matija SarkicGK23
Francisco Trincão F21

Who are the highest-Paid Player players at Wolves?

5. Patrick Cutrone – £3,272,000

The 23- year old Italian hasn’t had the chance to settle at the club. Since he arrived in 2019, he has been out on loan twice, with neither of the loan moves bearing any great result. The youngster still appears on this list, commanding a weekly wage of just over £60,000. The forward will be hoping for a change of fortune to kick start his career.

4. Nelson Semedo – £4,000,000

The ex-Barca man is next on the list. He has been a constant figure in the wolves side after switching the Camp Nou for Mollineux in 2022. The Portuguese footballer collects a cool £76,000 a week. After a decent 1st season in the Premier League, the pacy right-back will be hoping to kick on and grow stronger.

3. Fabio Silva – £4,160,000

The 18-year old wonderkid from Porto is an investment for the future. The young forward has not found it easy adapting to the English game at such a young age. But flashes of the youngsters’ talent have been visible on multiple occasions. The teenager makes £80,000, making him one of the best paid Wolves players, further solidifying the club’s trust in him.

2. Rui Patricio – £5,200,000

The veteran goalkeeper has been at the club for 3 seasons now and has shown his brilliance in abundance. One of the most underrated keepers of his generation, the former Sporting Lisbon man, is the joint best paid in the Wolverhampton Wanderers squad, taking £100,000. The transfer talk has recently suggested a move to Roma seems imminent for the 33-year old shot-stopper, only time will tell.

1. Joao Moutinho – £5,200,000

The joint highest-paid player at Wolves is another Portuguese veteran Joao Moutinho. Joining Wolves in the same season as Patricio. The ex-Monaco man collecting £100,000 a week. The versatile midfielder has formed a formidable partnership with his compatriot Ruben Neves and has shown his class over the past few seasons.

Wolves have been one of the standout performers after getting promoted from the Championship in 2017. In their first campaign back in the top flight, they picked up maximum points against the clubs in the top 6.

After the Fosun takes over, the Wolves financial situation has improved significantly. The wage structure and transfers have all clicked for the club. Let us take a look at 5 of the best-paid players at the club.

READ: Chelsea Players Salaries: Weekly Wages & Highest-Paid Player

Wolves Transfer Talk 2022/22

The club has already completed the signing of Ryan Ait-Nouri for £9.5Million. The new man I charge Bruno Lage, is said to want another attacking option to bolster his side.

The club is said to be closely monitoring 19-year old Brazilian Kaio Jorge. European giants Juventus are also reportedly interested in the Brazilian teenager. He has a €50m release clause at Santos but could go for as cheap as €10m as his contract runs out next season.

The club is also linked with Chelsea’s Kurt Zouma, who is considered surplus requirements at the London club. Wolves must act quick, as interested parties include direct league rivals and top 6 hopeful Everton.

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