Top 10 Highest Paid UK Footballers In 2022

10th. Raheem Sterling  – Manchester City

Raheem Sterling penned a new contract at the Etihad Stadium in 2018 and the England international currently earns £360,000-per-week.

9th. Mohamed  Salah – Liverpool

Since signing for Liverpool in 2017, Mo Salah has lit up the Premier League with his dazzling skill and eye for goal. The Egyptian star has led the Reds to both Champions League and Premier League glory and is reportedly earning around £400,000-per-week at Anfield.

8th. Sergio Aguero

He initially signed a contract worth £220,000-per-week in 2014, however, he reportedly negotiated a small increase in 2016 which currently sees him earn £230,135-per-week

7th. Kevin De Bruyne – Manchester City

ergio Aguero’s team-mate Kevin De Bruyne is on a similar wage and the Belgian midfielder has played a key role in helping his side become a force both in the Premier League and the Champions League. Reportedly earning around  280,000 pounds per week with bonuses

6. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – Arsenal

Striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is currently earning £415,000-per-week at the Emirates and despite enduring a stop-start campaign in North London, he remains his side’s most prolific asset.

5th. Timo Werner – Chelsea

Timo Werner swapped southern Germany for West London and is reportedly earning around £272,000-a-week.

4th. Paul Pogba – Manchester United

Paul Pogba’s arrival at Old Trafford came with plenty of fanfare. However, the French midfielder has largely failed to live up to expectations. United was so keen to secure his services that he currently takes home £350,000-per-week and £15million-per-year.

The unassuming Frenchman won back-to-back Premier League titles with both Leicester and Chelsea and is currently taking home £ 290,000 per week.

3rd. N’Golo Kante – Chelsea

2nd. David de Gea – Manchester United

David de Gea has been a reliable servant at Old Trafford for a number of seasons. And the Spanish stopper currently earns around £ 375,000 per week.

1st. Gareth Bale  – Spurs

Despite being linked with a move to the Chinese Super League, Gareth Bale opted to return to North London on loan in September 2020. The Welshman is currently earning £ 600,000 a week, with his parent club Real Madrid paying over half of his earnings.