The ten highest paid players in the Premier League are revealed, no Liverpool players on the list


The British media The Sun has published the list of the ten highest paid players in the Premier League, where there are names of stars like Kevid de Bruyne, David De Gea and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

Kevin De Bruyne signed a new contract at Manchester City this week, a two-year extension that will keep him at the Etihad until 2025.

According to The Sun, The 29-year-old will earn a lot already becoming the highest paid player in the Premier League with earnings of 385 thousand pounds per week.

Below is the list of the ten highest paid players in England.

10. Sergio Aguero (Manchester City), 230 thousand pounds a week

With the end of his contract in the summer, Aguero is expected to receive another big offer from the next club to tempt him for a transfer.

9.Anthony Martial (Manchester United), mijë 250,000 a week

Bruno Fernandes certainly can not be satisfied with Martial winning more than he…

8. Timo Werner (Chelsea), 270 thousand pounds a week

While the goals did not come for Werner, cash flowed into his bank account.

7. Paul Pogba (Manchester United), 290 thousand pounds a week

Pogba may not always be happy at Old Trafford, but his account is likely to be.

6. Raheem Sterling (Manchester City), mijë 300,000 a week

As another key part of the team from the Etihad, Sterling is reaping rewards from executives.

5. Kai Havertz (Chelsea), 310 thousand pounds a week

Another Chelsea star, who is still not meeting expectations, the Blues will hope the investment is finally repaid.

4. Gareth Bale (Tottenham, on loan from Real Madrid), 325 thousand pounds per week

Harry Kane may be the main man at Spurs, but he is not the one who gets the highest salary.

3.Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal), mijë 350,000 a week

Although he has a very high salary, Aubameyang is continuing to increase and decrease his form this season with the Gunners.

2.David De Gea (Manchester United), 375 thousand pounds a week

It definitely seemed like a good idea when De Gea signed this deal, but with Dean Henderson winning the starting position, now the executives are not happy with the Spaniard’s winnings.

1. Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City), 385 thousand pounds a week

And here he is, without an agent, but a good ‘negotiator’, as he negotiates the highest salary in the Premier League.

/ Telegraphy /

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