Highest Paid Player In Each Premier League Club, As Kante Is Chelsea’s Highest Paid Player.

With the Premier League being one of the top leagues in Europe, players in the league are well paid, and more precisely, players in the top EPL clubs are well paid. Just like every other occupation, football players are paid, and their respective salaries vary based on their clubs, abilities and performances.

Thus, considering this, we will be seeing the highest-paid player in each EPL club. For example, the highest-paid player in Arsenal, the highest-paid player in Chelsea, and the same with every other club in the league.

Below are the Premier League clubs, and the highest-paid player in each of the clubs, including the amount they are paid (with the names of the clubs in ascending order):

1. Arsenal – Thomas Partey (£200,000)

2. Aston Villa – Danny Ings (£120,000)

3. AFC Bournemouth – Jefferson Lerma (£50,000)

4. Brentford – David Raya Martin (£25,000)

5. Brighton & Hove Albion – Adam David Lallana (£90,385)

6. Chelsea – N’golo Kante (£290,000)

7. Crystal Palace – Dazet Wilfried Armel Zaha (£130,000)

8. Everton – Yerry Fernando Mina Gonzalez (£120,000)

9. Fulham – Kenny Joelle Tete (£65,000)

10. Leeds United – Raphinha (£63,500)

11. Leicester City – Jamie Vardy (£140,000)

12. Liverpool – Mohamed Salah (£350,000)

13. Manchester City – Kevin De Bruyne (£400,000)

14. Manchester United – Cristiano Ronaldo (£510,000)

15. Newcastle United – Chris Wood (£100,000)

16. Nottingham Forest – Dean Henderson (£100,000)

17. Southampton – Theo Walcott (£75,000)

18. Tottenham Hotspur – Harry Kane (£200,000)

19. West Ham United – Areola (£138,000)

20. Wolverhampton Wanderers – Leander Dendoncker (£90,000)



Invariably, Manchester United star, Cristiano Ronaldo, is currently the highest-paid player in the Premier League, having £510,000 as his salary.



Ronaldo is then followed by Kevin De Bruyne, Mohamed Salah, N’golo Kante, Harry Kane and Thomas Partey; in that order.


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