Liverpool player wages revealed - with Mohamed Salah's huge pay leading the way

By Mirror: Sunday, March 31st 2019 at 14:18 GMT +3 | Football
Mohamed Salah [Courtesy]

Liverpool are right in the Premier League title race heading into the business end of the season.

Big money signings in the shape of Virgil Van Dijk and Alisson have inspired Liverpool's challenge for the title, alongside other new additions such as Naby Keita , Fabinho and Xherdan Shaqiri .

During the 2017/18 season, Jurgen Klopp 's side had a wage bill of £208million - the third highest in the Premier League - while their spending prior to the 2018/19 campaign amounted to £163million.

Meanwhile, young talent in the shape of Trent Alexander-Arnold and Joe Gomez have flourished, despite struggling with recent injuries, with both signing new long-term deals at Anfield.

To the delight of Reds' supporters, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino struck new deals which should see them remain at Anfield until 2023.

Liverpool player wages

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Note: Some of these wages are estimated, based on previous reports on their contracts.

  • Mohamed Salah - £200,000-a-week
  • Roberto Firmino - £180,000-a-week
  • Virgil Van Dijk - £150,000-a-week
  • Alisson - £120,000-a-week
  • Jordan Henderson - £120,000-a-week
  • James Milner - £120,000-a-week
  • Naby Keita - £120,000-a-week
  • Daniel Sturridge - £120,000-a-week
  • Fabinho - £100,000-a-week
  • Dejan Lovren - £90,000-a-week
  • Georginio Wijnaldum - £90,000-a-week
  • Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain - £90,000-a-week
  • Sadio Mane - £90,000-a-week
  • Xherdan Shaqiri - £90,000-a-week
  • Andrew Robertson - £80,000-a-week
  • Joe Gomez - £75,000-a-week
  • Joel Matip - £70,000-a-week
  • Nathaniel Clyne - £70,000-a-week
  • Adam Lallana - £65,000-a-week
  • Simon Mignolet - £60,000-a-week
  • Danny Ings - £60,000-a-week
  • Trent Alexander-Arnold - £50,000-a-week
  • Alberto Moreno - £40,000-a-week

 

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