Premier League Wages Per Team 2017 – Premier League Club Wage Bills 2016/17

Premier League Wages Per Team 2017 - Premier League Club Wage Bills 2017

Premier League Wages 2017

Premier League Wages Per Team 2017? Premier League Club’s Wage Bills 2017? Which team in the Premier League has the biggest wage bill? Have you ever thought of finding out the wage bills of each Premier League team? Well, if you have then worry not because we have prepared a list of the Premier League by team 2017 (Club’s Wage Bills 2017).

Chelsea Football club yearly wage bills has been surpassed by Manchester United and Manchester City as the team with the biggest wage bill as of 2017.

Chelsea’s current wage bill stands at £218 million, it increased by only £3 million compared to last season’s wage bill. While Manchester United and Manchester City now have to maintain a higher wage bill of £221 million and £225 million respectively.

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Premier League Club’s Wage Bills 2017

The Premier League has been named as the Richest professional sports league in the world beating the Spanish Laliga and the German Bundesliga. It is also by far the most watched league in the world as it have top star players which make it even more marketable.

The Premier League signed a record breaking tv rights deal worth £5 billion, with the foreign tv rights the total might reach about £8 billion per year which means each Premier League club which will participate in the 2016-17 season will get around £100 million each and upto £160 million for the Champions. Below is the list of all premier league club’s wage bill.

Premier Leagues Highest Wage Bill 2016/17

Which team has the highest wage bill in the Premier League? Chelsea Football Club is the club with the highest wage bill in the Premier League. Chelsea’s wage bill recorded a £3 million increase during the 2016-2017 season compared to the £216 million last season following the signing of a number of players and new offered contracts which saw them over-take rivals Manchester United and Manchester City.

The two Manchester clubs managed to increase their wage bills drastically this season. Manchester United increased their wage bill from £203 million last season to £221 million this season, while Manchester City increased theirs from £194 million to £225 million, this is impressive from the Cityzen’s.

Premier League Club's Wage Bills 2016 (Per Year)

Premier League Club’s Wage Bills 2017 (Yearly Wage Bills)

Premier League Wages by team? Premier League Club’s Wage Bills 2017? Here are the Premier League Wages per team 2017:

NoPremier League Wages by team 2017
Wage BillWage BillWage BillWage Bill
  2016-17 2015-16 2014-152013-14
1Manchester City Players salaries £225m£193.8m£205m£216m
2Manchester United Player Salaries£220.8m£203 m£215.8m£187m
3Chelsea Players Salaries£218m£215.6m£192.7m£190m
4Arsenal Players salaries£200.5m£192m£180.4m£166.4m
5Liverpool Players salaries£165.6m£152m£144m£140m
6Tottenham Players salaries£121.2m£110.5m£100.4m£112m
West Ham United Players salaries£79.8m£69.5m£63.9m£60m
Leicester City Players salaries£66m£48.2m £36.6m
Newcastle United£75.8m£78.3m£68m
Everton£83m£74.7m£69.3m£66m
Stoke City£75.9m£72.3m£60.6m£55m
Sunderland£68.3m£71m£69.5m£55m
Aston Villa£65.1m£69.3m£74m
West Bromwich£65m£68.5m£65.4m£49m
Southampton£63.6m£59.5m£55.2m£47m
Swansea City£59m£51m£48.1m£55m
Crystal Palace£55m£54.3m £45.7m
Norwich City£37m
Watford£41m£29m
Bournemouth£34m£25m
Burnley£33m
Middlesbrough£34m
Hull City£25m

All the above figures were taken from each end of the season 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 from sources like Premierleague.com and the Guardian which publishes the Premier League’s financial details every year.

You can click on the teams name to get full their salaries details respectively right now we have covered salaries lists on Manchester United, Arsenal, Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea and Leicester City. Stick around more often and all teams will be updated.

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