Liverpool Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages)

Liverpool Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages)

Liverpool Player Wages Per Week 2017

Liverpool Players Salaries 2017? Who are the highest paid Liverpool players? Have you ever wanted to find out which Liverpool players are the highest paid? Well, if you have then worry not because we have prepared a list which contains a full list of Liverpool Players Weekly Wages and Contract details.

Undoubtedly one of the most historic teams in the world, Liverpool look to be resurging under Jurgen Klopp, who led the Reds back into the UEFA Champions League for the 2017-18 season. With just one trophy in the last ten years, fans will be hoping that the German can now lead them to domestic or European glory in the near future.

Highest Paid Liverpool Player 2017 (Per Week)

Who is Liverpool’s Highest Paid Player? Wantaway playmaker Philippe Coutinho is Liverpool’s highest paid player with a weekly wage of £200,000.


Liverpool Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages)

Liverpool Transfers 2017-18

Liverpool Players Salaries has increased in the last two seasons. Liverpool has signed a couple of players after they sold star striker Luis Suarez to Barcelona for £75 million right after the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Below is the list of players signed by Liverpool in the summer of 2015.

1.Mohamed Salah£38mRoma
2.Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain£35mArsenal
3.Andrew Robertson£8mHull City
4.Dominic SolankeFREEChelsea

New Deals and Contract Extensions

Despite spending around £80m over the summer, Liverpool were not particularly busy with only four new players coming in. Only Dejan Lovren has renewed his contract in the past few months as well, although Philippe Coutinho did sign a new deal back in January to make him the club’s biggest earner.

– Mohamed Salah and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain were the Reds’ marquee summer arrivals, despite the latter taking a hefty pay cut to join from Arsenal.

– He may not have gotten his deadline day move to Barcelona, but Philippe Coutinho will still be earning £200,000 a week at Anfield after signing a new contract last January. He was previously reported to be on £75,000, so this has seen a significant change in Liverpool’s annual wage bill.

– Departing the club in the off-season were Mamadou Sakho and Lucas Leiva, both of whom were on big money. However, overall Liverpool’s wage bill has increased slightly since last season – perhaps to be expected now that they are back in the Champions League and have to attract higher calibre of players.

Liverpool Player Salaries 2017 (Contract Details)

Liverpool players salaries 2017-18 (full squad contracts)

Liverpool Players Salaries 2017? The Liverpool FC salaries list is quite interesting. Here is the full list of Liverpool’s players’ Salaries in 2017.

PLAYERAgeWeekly WageDealContract until
Simon Mignolet29£60,000 2021-06-30
Loris Karius 24£25,000 2021-06-30
Danny Ward24£10,000 2021-06-30
Joel Matip26£70,000 2020-06-30
Dejan Lovren28£65,000New contract2021-06-30
Ragnar Klavan31£55,000 2019-06-30
Joe Gomez 20£10,000 2022-06-30
Andrew Robertson23£50,000New signing2022-06-30
Alberto Moreno25£40,000 2019-06-30
Nathaniel Clyne26£70,000 2020-06-30
Jon Flanagan24£35,000 2019-06-30
Emre Can23£55,000 2018-06-30
Georginio Wijnaldum 26£90,000 2021-06-30
Jordan Henderson27£100,000  2020-06-30
James Milner31£120,000 2019-06-30
Marko Grujic 21£15,000 2020-06-30
Philippe Coutinho25£200,000 2022-06-30
Adam Lallana 29£65,000 2020-06-30
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain24£120,000New signing2022-06-30
Sadio Mané 25£90,000 2021-06-30
Ben Woodburn19£5,000 2019-06-30
Mohamed Salah25£120,000New signing2022-06-30
Lazar Markovic23£35,000 2019-06-30
Roberto Firmino25£100,000 2020-06-30
Daniel Sturridge27£120,000 2019-06-30
Danny Ings25£60,000 2020-06-30
Dominic Solanke19£25,000New signing2022-06-30

The information about the Liverpool players salaries, weekly wages and contracts is accurate and based upon facts collected from Liverpool, BBC, Guardian, and other sources.

Liverpool have a wage bill of £208 million in the current 2017-18 season. Liverpool’s wage bill is the third highest in the Premier League. The Reds wage bill has been increasing steadily in recent years, particularly since the arrival of manager Jurgen Klopp in 2015.

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