Juventus Player Salaries 2017 (Gonzalo Higuain is Highest Paid)

Juventus is a professional Italian association football club based in Turin, Piedmont. It was Founded way back in 1897 as Sport-Club Juventus by a group of young Torinese students. Juventus is historically the most successful club in Italian football and one of the most laureated and important globally. Today we will take a look at Juventus Player Salaries 2016-17 of the current squad.

With Conte as manager, Juventus went unbeaten for the entire 2011–12 Serie A season which is an Italian record in itself. In 2013–14, Juventus won a third consecutive Scudetto with a record 102 points and 33 wins. The title was the 30th official league championship in the club’s history. They also achieved the semi-finals of Europa League being eliminated at home against ten-man Benfica’s catenaccio, missing the final at the Juventus Stadium.

Juventus Player Salaries

Highest Wage Bill In Italy

The Italian Giant’s had gone through a massive transaction in the summer transfer window of the 2016-17 season. They brought in Gonzalo Higuain for club’s record deal of around £78 million and sold Paul Pogba for world record fee of £90 million to Manchester United.

 highest paid Juventus player

Juventus Transfers 2016: Juventus had a Great Summer Transfer season under the new Manager Massimiliano Allegri signing 7 key players for the Club. They have signed some big players in 2016 including Gonzalo Higuain, Miralem Pjanic, Dani Alves, Marco Pjaca, etc.

  1. Gonzalo Higuaín (£78 million)
  2. Miralem Pjanic (£27 million)
  3. Marko Pjaca (£20 million)
  4. Mario Lemina (£8 million)
  5. Medhi Benatia (Loan deal worth £2m a year)
  6. Dani Alves (free transfer)
  7. Simone Ganz (free transfer)

These are the major signings and let’s take a look at entire Juventus Player Salaries and contracts.

Juventus Player Salaries 2017

PLAYER AGE YEARLYSALARY CONTRACT LEFT
Gianluigi Buffon 38 €4 million 2 Year (2018)
Neto 27 €2 million 3 Years (2019)
Emil Audero 19 €100,000 4 Years (2020)
Leonardo Bonucci
29 €3.5 million 4 Years (2020)
Medhi Benatia (Loan-in)
29 €2m (50% shared with Bayern) 2 Years (2018)
Giorgio Chiellini
32 €3.5 million 4 Years (2020)
Daniele Rugani
22 €850,000 Last Year (2016)
Andrea Barzagli
35 €2.8 million 2 Year (2018)
Alex Sandro
25 €2.8 million 4 Years (2020)
Patrice Evra
35 €2.5 million 1 Year (2017)
Paolo De Ceglie
29 1 Year (2017)
Dani Alves (new)
33 €4 million 2 Years (2018)
Stephan Lichtsteiner 32 €2.8 million 1 Year (2017)
Joel Untersee 22 1 Year (2017)
Federico Mattiello 21 3 Years (2019)
Mario Lemina 22 €1.2 million 4 Years (2020)
Rolando Mandragora 19 4 Years (2020)
Luca Marrone 26 €800,000 3 Years (2019)
Miralem Pjanic (new)
26 €5.5 Million 5 Years (2021)
Claudio Marchisio 30 €3.5 million 4 Years (2020)
Sami Khedira 29 €4 million 3 Years (2019)
Kwadwo Asamoah
27 €1.6 million 2 Years (2018)
Stefano Sturaro
23 €1.5 million 3 Years (2019)
Roberto Pereyra 25 €1.5 million 3 Years (2019)
Hernanes 31 €3 million 2 Years (2018)
Marko Pjaca (new)
21 €1.2 million 5 Years (2021)
Gonzalo Higuaín (new) 28 €7.7 million 5 Year (2021)
Paulo Dybala 22 €3 million 4 Years (2020)
Mario Mandzukic 30 €3.5 million 3 Years (2019)
Simone Zaza 25 €1.8 million 4 Years (2020)

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