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Chelsea Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages) (Highest paid)

 Chelsea Players Salaries 2017/18 (Weekly Wages) (Highest paid)

Chelsea Players Wages Per Week 2017/18

List with Chelsea Players Salaries 2017/18? Chelsea players and their salaries during 2017/18. Are you are looking for a list of Chelsea players and their weekly salary? Then our list with Chelsea Players Weekly Wages will do it. How much does Chelsea players get paid? Here you can find the full list of Chelsea players weekly salaries 2017/2018.

Chelsea Players Weekly Salary Update 2017

How high are Chelsea Football Club players weekly salaries 2017/2018 compared to other Premier League clubs? Is the Chelsea FC wage bill higher than Arsenal? Yes, the Chelsea wage bill versus Arsenal is higher. The Premier League champions overtook rivals as the team with the highest wage bill in the English Premier League.

After winning the Premier League in 2017 Chelsea’s revenue reportedly increased by a massive 30%. The Chelsea Players Salaries and wage bill also increased by £25 million. Chelsea FC now have the highest wage bill in the Premier League.

Chelsea wage bill 2017

The current Chelsea wage bill 2017 stands at £225 million after a £10 million increment from last season with a few contract extensions from the club which saw some players salaries increase some reduce.

Chelsea Players Salaries 2017/2018 (Weekly Wages)

Chelsea players and their salaries

Chelsea Players Weekly Salary 2017/18? New players added into the team like Alvaro Morata and Tiemoué Bakayoko in 2017. Players like Michy Batshuayi and N’Golo Kanté were added in 2016. Diego Costa earns a massive £185,000 a week but is unlikely to feature for Antonio Conte’s side ever again. Deadline day signing Danny Drinkwater signed a five-year contract worth £120,000 a week, putting him amongst the top earners at the club.

Here is a full list of new arrivals at Chelsea for the 2017/18 season.

  • Alvaro Morata – £58m (from Marseille)
  • Tiemoué Bakayoko– £40m (from Monaco)
  • Danny Drinkwater – £35m (from Leicester City)
  • Antonio Rüdiger – £31.5m (from Roma)
  • Davide Zappacosta – £25m (from Torino)
  • Willy Caballero – free (from Manchester City)

Antonio Conte signed a two-year contract extension during the summer and earns around £9.6 million a year.

Chelsea players and their salaries per week

Chelsea Players Salaries 2017 & Contracts 2017

Alvaro Morata salary per week? Eden Hazard salary per week? How much does Chelsea players earn a week? Below you can see Chelsea wage bill 2017. Here are all Chelsea players and their salaries per week. See the full details about the Chelsea player wages and contracts during 2017-18.

Player Age Weekly wage Deal Contract until
Thibaut Courtois 25 £120,000   2019-06-30
Willy Caballero 35 £40,000 New signing 2018-06-30
Eduardo 34 £10,000   2018-06-30
Andreas Christensen 21 £35,000   2020-06-30
Gary Cahill 31 £100,000   2019-06-30
David Luiz 30 £120,000   2019-06-30
Antonio Rüdiger 24 £90,000 New signing 2022-06-30
Marcos Alonso  26 £90,000   2021-06-30
César Azpilicueta 27 £100,000   2020-06-30
Davide Zappacosta 25 £45,000 New signing 2021-06-30
Kenedy 21 £25,000   2020-06-30
Victor Moses 26 £75,000   2021-06-30
Abdul Rahman Baba 23 £25,000   2020-06-30
Tiemoué Bakayoko 22 £110,000 New signing 2022-06-30
Danny Drinkwater 26 £120,000 New signing 2022-06-30
Cesc Fàbregas 30 £156,000   2019-06-30
N’Golo Kanté 26 £120,000   2021-06-30
Eden Hazard 26 £200,000   2020-06-30
Willian 29 £120,000   2020-06-30
Pedro 30 £100,000   2019-06-30
Alvaro Morata 24 £100,000 New signing 2022-06-30
Diego Costa 28 £185,000   2019-06-30
Michy Batshuayi 23 £90,000   2021-06-30

The information about the Chelsea FC player salaries, weekly wages and contracts is accurate andbased upon facts collected from Chelsea Players Salary per weekBBC, Guardian, PremierLeague.com and other sources.

The Highest Paid Chelsea Players Weekly Salaries 2017-18

Who is the highest paid player at Chelsea? Eden Hazard is the highest paid player at Chelsea FC with a Weekly Salary of £200,000.

Chelsea Players Salaries 2017/18 (Weekly Wages) (Hazard The Highest Paid Player Chelsea FC)

Chelsea FC Financial Data 2016/17

Turnover of £335m meant a £16m increase on the previous year’s figure of £319m, and after relevant adjustments the club is comfortably within the allowable limits of Financial Fair Play (FFP).

Commercial and broadcast revenue also rose despite the club not participating in the UEFA Champions League, although matchday revenues decreased marginally as a result.

Chelsea has complied with FFP criteria throughout its monitoring periods which began with the 2011/12 season.

Chelsea Financial Details 2016/17 2015/16 2014/15 2013/14 2012/13
Total Revenue  £335m £319m £314.3m £319.8m £255.8m
Commercial revenue  £122m £113m      
Broadcasting revenue £143m £136m      
Matchday revenue £70m £71m      
Wage Bill £225m £217m      
Net debt £1.14bn £1.1bn      
Profit (Loss)   (£23.1m) £18.4m  

Chelsea Players Salaries 2017 & Contracts 2017

With the blues looking to defend their title, please keep on checking sillyseason.com for the latest updates on Chelsea’s financial data. Chelsea FC have managed to secure one of the most expensive Kit suppliers deals with Adidas and also one of the biggest shirt sponsorship deal in the Premier League  with Yokohama. This mean that Chelsea FC is well founded and will continue to buy high-class players in the coming years.

2 Comments

  1. osman

    Apr 4, 2016 at 3:38 pm

    Humanbeings are dying of starvation. and these guys get maoney enough too feeed miljones. crazy crazy world

  2. Tjet

    May 25, 2016 at 3:15 pm

    “How high are the Chelsea Football Club players weekly salary compared to other Premier Leagu clubs? Is the Arsenal wage bill higher than Chelsea? No, Chelsea wage bill vs Arsenal is higher. The Premier League champions overtook rivals Arsenal, Chelsea FC and Manchester City as the team with the highest wage bill in the English Premier League.”

    Was the author drunk when he wrote this?

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