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FC Bayern Munich Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages)

FC Bayern Munich Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages)

FC Bayern Munich Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages)

FC Bayern Munich Players Salaries 2017? Which Bayern Munchen players are the highest paid? Have you ever thought of finding out the list of Bayern Munich player salaries?well, if you have then worry not because we have prepared a list of the FC Bayern Munich Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages).

Before Pep Guardiola took over from Jupp Hynches, FC Bayern Munich won the treble, winning the Bundesliga Cup, and the Champions League. 2 years ago, FC Bayern’s wage bill was around €150 million but after the arrival of Pep Guardiola he made a couple of high-profile signings the recent wage bill was reported to be €180 million showing a €30 million increase in just a year.

FC Bayern Munchen Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages)

The Bavarians spent €50 million in transfers in 2014 when they brought in Xabi Alonso and Medhi Benatia, Bayern Munich also made a couple of free transfer bringing in Robert Lewandowski and Sebastian Rode. The arrival of Robert Lewandowski at Bayern Munich meant that he will become the highest paid player in the team well, not only at Bayern Munich but in the Bundesliga with a total yearly salary of €15million.

Bayern Munich’s 2015 Summer Signings:

Who did Bayern Munich sign in the summer of 2015? Bayern Munich spent €55 million on transfer in the summer of 2015 bringing in four new players. These are:

  1. Arthur Vidal (€25.90m from Juventus)
  2. Douglas Costa (€21m from Shakhtar Donetsk)
  3. Joshua Kimmich (€5.95m from Stuttgart)
  4. Sven Ulreich (€2.45m from Stuttgart)

Highest Paid Bayern Munich Player

Who is the highest paid Bayern Munich Player? Lewandowski is Bayern Munich’s highest paid player alongside Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben earning €160,000 per week.

FC Bayern Munich Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages)

Four Things You Need To Know About Bayern Munich:

  • The current Bayern Munich team is the most expensive in Bundesliga history.
  • Manuel Neuer signed a new contract with Bayern Munich after the 2014 World Cup making him the highest paid goalkeeper in the world.
  • Robert Lewandowski, Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery are the highest paid players at Bayern Munich.
  • Bayern Munich has a policy according to which any Academy player who breaks into the first team, signs a new contract after his first competitive appearance for the club. 2-year contract with possible extension on the basis of performance.

FC Bayern Munich player salaries per week 2016-17 (full squad contracts)

Manuel Neuer salery per week? Robert Lewandowski salery per week? Here are the full salaries for Bayern Munich Players:
Player Age Weekly Wage Contract left
Manuel Neuer (GK)
29 €150,000 4 Years (2019)
Sven Ulreich (GK)
27 €55,000 3 Years (2018)
Tom Starke (GK) 34 €10,000 1 Year (2016)
Ivan Lucic (GK)
20 €2,500 2 Years (2017)
Jérôme Boateng
26 €90,000 3 Years (2018)
Medhi Benatia 28 €90,000 4 Years (2019)
Dante 31 €100,000 2 Years (2017)
Holger Badstuber 26 €80,000 2 Years (2017)
Jan Kirchhoff 24 €55,000 1 Year (2016)
David Alaba
23 €90,000 3 Years (2018)
Juan Bernat
22 €65,000 4 Years (2019)
Philipp Lahm 31 €160,000 3 Years (2018)
Rafinha 29 €75,000 2 Years (2017)
Javi Martínez 26 €110,000 2 Years (2017)
Sebastian Rode 24 €65,000 3 Years (2018)
Xabi Alonso 33 €120,000 1 Year (2016)
Joshua Kimmich 20 €1,000 5 Years (2020)
Arturo Vidal 28 €150,000 4 Years (2019)
Thiago 24 €90,000 2 Years (2017)
Pierre-Emile Höjbjerg
20 €1,000 3 Years (2018)
Gianluca Gaudino
18 €1,000 3 Years (2018)
Mario Götze 23 €140,000 2 Years (2017)
Franck Ribéry 32 €160,000 2 Years (2017)
Sinan Kurt
19 €1,000 3 Years (2018)
Julian Green
20 €10,000 2 Years (2017)
Arjen Robben
31 €160,000 2 Years (2017)
Douglas Costa
24 €100,000 5 Years (2020)
Thomas Müller
25 €150,000 4 Years (2019)
Robert Lewandowski
26 €160,000 4 Years (2019)

FC Bayern Munich Players Salaries 2016 (Weekly Wages)

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