Liverpool Player Salaries 2017 Weekly Wages (Top 20)

Liverpool FC also known as the Merseyside is a Premier League football club based in England. The club has won five European Cups three UEFA Cups, three UEFA Super Cups, 18 League titles, seven FA Cups, a record eight League Cups, and 15 FA Community Shields. They are one of the most popular clubs in Premier League and have large number of viewership. Read this post to know about Liverpool Players Salaries 2017 and who are the highest paid Liverpool players in 2017. 

Liverpool was the ninth highest earning football club in the world in 2014–15 season with an annual revenue of €391 million, However, the players earn less compared to other big dominating clubs like Chelsea, Manchester United, and Manchester City.

Liverpool Player Salaries 2016-17

Liverpool Transfer Deals Summer 2016-17

Klopp seems to be the Best manager for the Team when it comes to Transfer Market. He has earned the Red’s  £46.5m by the release of some in team players. The name includes Jordan Rossiter, Jerome Sinclair ,Joao Carlos Teixeira ,Lawrence Vigouroux , Sergi Canos, Jordon Ibe, Martin Skrtel , Joe Allen and Brad Smith.

He also had some Smart signing this Summer signing three of the German league players Joel Matip, Loris Karius the star Goal Keeper from Mainz  and Ragnar Klavan and two premiere league signings Sadio Mane and Georginio Wijnaldum. Alex Manninger the 39-year-old experienced Austrian Goalkeeper joined Liverpool as a Free agent.

Liverpool 2016 Pre-Season Tour Schedule (USA)

However, after the Money spent and Money Earned from the Players released Klopp has only Spent  £15.4 million of the Managements money.

Players IN:

Marko Grujic – Red Star Belgrade – From Loan
Joel Matip – Schalke – Free
Loris Karius – Mainz – £4.7m
Sadio Mane – Southampton – £30m
Ragnar Klavan – Augsburg – £4.2m
Alex Manninger – Free Contract
Georginio Wijnaldum – Newcastle – £23m

Spent: £61.9m

Players OUT:

Jordan Rossiter – Rangers – £250k (compensation)
Jerome Sinclair – Watford – £4m
Joao Carlos Teixeira – Porto – £250k (compensation)
Lawrence Vigouroux – Swindon Town – undisclosed
Sergi Canos – Norwich City – £2.5m
Jordon Ibe – Bournemouth – £15m
Martin Skrtel – Fenerbahce – £5.5m
Joe Allen – Stoke City – £13m
Brad Smith – Bournemouth – £6m

Earned: £46.5m

Liverpool Player Salaries 2017

Here is the list of Liverpool’s top 20 players wages and contract 2016-17 details.

PLAYER AGE WEEKLY WAGE CONTRACT LEFT
Simon Mignolet

 

28 £60,000 5 Years (2021)
Loris Karius (new signing) 23 £15,000 5 Years (2021)
Alexander Manninger 39 £5,000 1 Year (2017)
Mamadou Sakho

 

26 £75,000    4 Years (2020)
Joel Matip (new signing)

 

25 £70,000 4 Years (2020)
Dejan Lovren 27 £65,000 3 Years (2019)
Ragnar Klavan (new signing) 30 £55,000 3 Years (2019)
Joe Gomez  19 £10,000 4 Years (2020)
Tiago Ilori 23 £10,000 2 Years (2018)
Alberto Moreno 24 £40,000 3 Years (2019)
Nathaniel Clyne 25 £70,000 4 Years (2020)
Andre Wisdom 23 £10,000 3 Years (2019)
Emre Can 22 £55,000 2 Years (2018)
Lucas Leiva 29 £80,000 1 Year (2017)
Kevin Stewart 22 4 Years (2020)
Jordan Henderson 26 £100,000  4 Years (2020)
James Milner 30 £120,000
Marko Grujic (new signing) 20 £15,000 4 Years (2020)
Philippe Coutinho 24 £75,000 4 Years (2020)
Georginio Wijnaldum (new signing) 25 £90,000 5 Years (2021)
Adam Lallana  28 £65,000 3 Years (2019)
Sadio Mané (new signing) 24 £90,000 5 Years (2021)
Sheyi Ojo 19 £1,000 4 Years (2020)
Lazar Markovic 22 £45,000 3 Years (2019)
Roberto Firmino 24 £100,000 4 Years (2020)
Daniel Sturridge 26 £120,000 3 Years (2019)
Danny Ings 24 £60,000 4 Years (2020)
Divock Origi 21 £25,000 3 Years (2019)

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