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Paris Saint Germain Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages)

Paris Saint Germain Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages)

Paris Saint Germain Players Salaries 2017

Paris Saint Germain Players Salaries 2017? Who is Paris Saint Germain’s Highest paid player? Have you ever wondered on which players are the highest paid PSG (Paris Saint Germain) players? Well if you have then worry not because we have prepared a list that will show Paris Saint Germain’s Players Salaries 2016-17.

Paris Saint Germain 2017/18 Player Wages

After the purchase of the club by Qatar Sport investment company the club has become one of Europe’s big forces in the last five years. As of 2017 Paris Saint Germain are the highest paying team in football well, not only in football but in sports. The current Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) teams earns an average of £101,898 a week making them the highest paying team in the world.

This summer in particular has seen their spending increase with the high-profile signings of Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Dani Alves, all of whom are amongst the biggest earners in European football. They will be expected to challenge for the Champions League at the very minimum, having flattered to deceive in recent years.

In 2017 Summer transfer window, the French giants spent €222million to bring in Neymar from Barcelona for a world record fee. Below is the list of the players PSG signed in the summer last year.

  1. Neymar – (€222million from Barcelona)
  2. Kylian Mbappe – (loan from Monaco, €180m obligatory purchase option)
  3. Yuri Berchiche – (€16million from Real Sociedad)
  4. Dani Alves – (free from Juventus)

New players signed during 2016 Summer transfer window:

  1. Grzegorz Krychowiak – (€33.6 million from Sevilla)
  2. Jesé – (€25 million from Real Madrid)
  3. Giovani Lo Celso – (€10 million from CA Rosario)
  4. Thomas Meunier – (€7 million Club Brugge)
  5. Hatem Ben Arfa – (free transfer)

Highest Paid Player in Paris Saint Germain 2017 (Per Week)

Paris Saint Germain Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages)

Which are the highest paid Paris Saint Germain players? Neymar? Edinson Cavani? Kylian Mbappe? Angel di Maria? well, let’s find out below.

Who is Paris Saint Germain’s Highest paid player 2017? Neymar is PSG’s highest-paid player with a salary of around €26 million a year after joining in the summer from Barcelona.

New signing Kylian Mbappe is their second highest earner, with the 18 year-old on a staggering €350,00 per week. Thiago Silva earns €200,000 per week and Angel Di Maria earns €180,000 per week.

Paris Saint Germain Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages) Neymar

Paris Saint Germain player salaries 2016-17 (full squad contracts)

Paris Saint Germain‘s salary list is very interesting. Here is the full squad list of Paris Saint Germain Player weekly ages and contracts 2017-18.

Player Age Weekly Wage Deal Contract until
Kevin Trapp 27 €75,000   20-06-30
Alphonse Aréola 24 €40,000   19-06-30
Rémy Descamps 21 €5,000   19-06-30
Marquinhos 23 €90,000   19-06-30
Thiago Silva 32 €200,000   20-06-30
Presnel Kimpembe 21 €50,000   21-06-30
Layvin Kurzawa 24 €75,000   20-06-30
Yuri Berchiche 27 €80,000 New signing 21-06-30
Thomas Meunier 25 €60,000   20-06-30
Dani Alves 34 €230,000 New signing 19-06-30
Thiago Motta 34 €80,000   18-06-30
Marco Verratti 24 €150,000   21-06-30
Adrien Rabiot 22 €60,000   19-06-30
Julian Draxler 23 €100,000   21-06-30
Javier Pastore 28 €100,000   19-06-30
Hatem Ben Arfa 30 €75,000   18-06-30
Neymar 25 €500,000 New signing 22-06-30
Ángel Di María 29 €210,000   19-06-30
Lucas 24 €80,000   19-06-30
Edinson Cavani 30 €130,000   20-06-30
Kylian Mbappe 18 €350,000 New signing 21-06-30

Paris Saint Germain managed to secure one of the most expensive Kit suppliers deals with Nike.

Highest Salaries in Europe

Paris Saint Germain Squad Salaries compared with other teams in La Liga, Premier League and Europe. Here you will find some of the other teams wages:

Premier League teams:

La Liga teams:

Serie A teams:

Paris Saint Germain Players Wages 2017 (Weekly Salaries)

Read more about PSG at psg.fr.

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