Players’ salaries of Liverpool FC is not great when compared to others like Manchester United. However, the Premier League Club has been making good proceeds over the past few decades – especially when the German Technician, Jurgen Kloop, took over the managerial affairs of the club.
Do you want to know what each player earns at Liverpool? Read on to discover…
Players Weekly Wage
Alisson earns £150,000 per week. The 28-year-old Brazilian is Liverpool’s first-choice goalkeeper.
Adrián earns £55,000 per week. The 34-year-old shot-stopper is the second most paid keeper at the club.
C. Kelleher pockets £15,000 per week. The 21-year-old is Liverpool’s Keeper choice for the English domestic competition.
Loris Karius earns £25,000 per week.
Fabinho plays the midfield and earns £180,000 per week. He is one of the highest-paid athletes at the club.
Van Dijk earns £220,000 per week and is the highest-paid player at Liverpool.
Kate earns £70,000 per week.
Joe Gomez earns £75,000 per week.
Robertson earns £80,000 per week.
Williams earns £25,000 per week.
Joël Matip earns £100,000 per week.
Nathaniel Phillips earns £30,000 per week.
Trent Alexander-Arnold earns £180,000 per week.
Kostas Tsimikas earns £60,000 per week.
James Milner earns £140,000 per week. The 34-year-old is one of the highest-paid as well as oldest players at the club.
Curtis Jones earns £7,500 per week.
Naby Keita earns £120,000 per week.
Thiago Alcantara earns £200,000 and is one of the highest-paid players at the club.
Jordan Henderson earns £140,000 per week. The Captain collects one of the highest salaries at the club.
Oxlade-Chamberlain earns £120,000 per week.
Roberto Firmino earns £180,000 and is the highest-paid Brazilian at the club
Mohamed Salah earns £200,000 per week. The 29-year-old striker is Africa’s highest-paid sportsman at Liverpool.
Luis Diaz earns £60,000 per week.
Diogo Jota earns £90,000 per week.
Sadio Mané earns £100,000 per week.
Takumi Minamino earns £75,000 per week.
Divock Origi earns £60,000 per week.
And finally, Harvey Elliott earns £7,500 per week.
With a wage bill of £135, Liverpool football club is one of the most developing (finance-wise) football teams in the English Premier League. This is attributed to the club’s successes in the Champions League, Premier League, Carling Cup, Club World Cup among others.
Liverpool is currently managed by the German coach, Kloop who came in 2015 and has done a fantastic job.