Premier League fans have finally been able to catch a breath after the summer transfer window.
In one of the most chaotic few months in the history of the sport, England’s top-flight saw some of the world’s best players arrive on its shores with Cristiano Ronaldo and Romelu Lukaku leading the charge.
However, signing some of the best talents in the business doesn’t come cheaply and as we have already explored here at GIVEMESPORT, the moves have led to some major wage developments.
Premier League’s highest earners
In fact, the last few weeks alone have changed the face of the Premier League‘s highest-paid XI with the likes of Jack Grealish, Raphael Varane and Jadon Sancho all pocketing big bucks.
But now that every single transfer across the Premier League has been locked in until the New Year, we wanted to take a closer look at the biggest earners across every level of the division.
Arsenal: Aubameyang – £350,000-a-week
Aston Villa: Danny Ings – £120,000-a-week
Brentford: Pontus Jansson and David Raya – £25,000-a-week
Brighton & Hove Albion: Adama Lallana – £90,385-a-week
Burnley: Ben Mee – £55,000-a-week
Chelsea: Romelu Lukaku – £325,000-a-week
Crystal Palace: Wilfried Zaha – £130,000-a-week
Everton: Yerry Mina – £120,000-a-week
Leeds United: Raphinha – £63,500-a-week
Leicester City: Jamie Vardy – £140,000-a-week
Liverpool: Virgil van Dijk – £220,000-a-week
Manchester City: Kevin De Bruyne – £400,000-a-week
Newcastle United: Joelinton – £86,538-a-week
Norwich City: Ben Gibson – £40,000-a-week
Southampton: Theo Walcott – £75,000-a-week
Tottenham Hotspur: Harry Kane and Tanguy Ndombele – £200,000-a-week
Watford: Moussa Sissoko – £80,000-a-week
Wolverhampton Wanderers: Joao Moutinho – £100,000-a-week
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