Premier League: Player Salaries (All Teams)

Premier League have been the highest paying league in the world for quite some time now. While most other top leagues in Europe got 1 or 2 really good teams, Premier League is stacked with top tier teams that all contributes to the overall status of the league.

Below is a breakdown of the average player salary for all the teams in the Premier League. As you can see, Manchester United is currently the club that pays the best in the league, while Sheffield United FC pays the least.

The average player salary in the Premier league is £3,090,200 and the average yearly wage bill for all players in the team is £76,950,000.

TeamAverage Annual SalaryYearly Wage Bill
1. Manchester United£6,517,500£169,455,000
2. Manchester City£5,664,739£130,289,000
3. Chelsea FC£5,310,000£132,750,000
4. Tottenham Hotspur FC£4,843,000£121,075,000
5. Arsenal FC£4,486,925£121,147,000
6. Liverpool FC£4,473,586£129,734,000
7. Everton FC£3,267,692£84,960,000
8. Crystal Palace FC£2,891,300£75,174,000
9. West Ham United FC£2,833,040£65,160,000
10. Leicester City FC£2,806,600£70,165,000
11. Wolverhampton Wanderers FC£2,755,250£49,594,000
12. Aston Villa FC£2,551,000£68,880,000
13. Southampton FC£2,256,450£49,642,000
14. Fulham FC£2,214,491£48,718,800
15. Newcastle United FC£2,005,900£56,195,000
16. Leeds United£1,730,700£48,460,000
17. Brighton & Hove Albion FC£1,728,050£43,201,000
18. Burnley FC£1,612,450£35,474,000
19. West Bromwich Albion FC£925,363£20,358,000
20. Sheffield United FC£729,888£19,707,000

Click on a team name to read more about each players salary in that specific team.


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