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Real Madrid Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages)

Real Madrid Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages)

Real Madrid Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages)

Real Madrid Players Salaries 2017? Who are the highest paid players at Real Madrid? Have you ever thought of finding out which players are the highest paid in Real Madrid? Well, if you have then worry not because we have prepared a full list of the Real Madrid Players Salaries 2017.

Real Madrid are the richest club in the world according to Forbes. Real Madrid has been on top of the money pile for a couple of years now after over taking English club Manchester United. The Spanish giants won their 12th European title in 2017 after beating Juventus in the final of the Champions League. Los Blancos are the most successful club not only in Spain but in the world.

Real Madrid wage bill 2017

The full star-studded squad has played a huge part in Real Madrid’s success as they have produced brilliant performances which has won them silverware. After a trophy-less 2014-2015, Real Madrid sacked then boss Carlo Ancelotti who was replaced by former Liverpool man Rafa Benitez. However, he did not even last a full season and was replaced by club legend Zinedine Zidane who has revived the team, winning the La Liga title and the UEFA Champions League twice. Zidane hasn’t even needed to spend much to achieve so much success. Madrid have recorded a negative net spend since his appointment.

Here is a list of the players signed by Real Madrid during the summer of 2017:

Players Club Transfer sum
£27million
£14.75million
End of loan
End of loan
End of loan
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Real Madrid also let go of Alvaro Morata and Danilo, both leaving to the Premier League for big money. James Rodriguez also went to Bayern Munich on a loan with option to buy, with Madrid getting £11.75million just as a loan fee. Los Blancos made £70m profit from player sales during the summer of 2017. They also tied a number of players down to new contracts, including Isco, Marcelo, Karim Benzema and Marco Asensio.

Real Madrid Players Salaries 2017

Real Madrid Highest Paid Player 2017

Who is Real Madrid’s Highest Paid Player? Cristiano Ronaldo is Real Madrid’s highest paid footballer with a massive weekly wage of £365,000 after tax he is also the Highest Paid Footballers in The World. The Portuguese salary of £365,000 after tax means that he earns around £700,000 with Real Madrid paying 52% tax on the Portuguese’s salary.

Gareth Bale is the second highest earner at Real Madrid. The Welshman earns £350,000 a week but this amount is before tax making him the second highest earner at the Bernabeu. It is only Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi who have after tax salary contracts in the world.

Real Madrid players salaries 2017-18 (full squad contracts)

Cristiano Ronaldo salary per week? Gareth Bale salary per week? Karim Benzema salary per week? Sergio Ramos salary per week? Below you can see Real Madrid wage bill 2017. Here is a full list of Real Madrid’s players salaries and contract details (Expiration year).

PLAYER AGE WEEKLY WAGE DEAL CONTRACT LEFT
Keylor Navas 30 £85,000 20-06-30
Kiko Casilla 30 £30,000 20-06-30
Sergio Ramos 31 £200,000 20-06-30
Raphaël Varane 24 £100,000 New deal 22-06-30
Theo Hernández 19 New signing 23-06-30
Nacho Fernández 27 £70,000 20-06-30
Marcelo 29 £200,000 New deal 22-06-30
Daniel Carvajal 25 £85,000 20-06-30
Mateo Kovacic 23 £75,000 21-06-30
Casemiro 25 £90,000 New deal 21-06-30
Toni Kroos 27 £200,000 New deal 22-06-30
Luka Modric 31 £180,000 20-06-30
Dani Ceballos 21 £20,000 New signing 23-06-30
Isco  25 £115,000 New deal 22-06-30
Marco Asensio 21 £75,000 New deal 23-06-30
Cristiano Ronaldo 32 £365,000 21-06-30
Gareth Bale 28 £350,000 22-06-30
Karim Benzema 29 £150,000 New deal 21-06-30
Lucas Vázquez 26 £60,000 21-06-30
Borja Mayoral 20 £10,000 21-06-30

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Real Madrid Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages)

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