Stoke City Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages)

Stoke City Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages)

Stoke City Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages)

Stoke City Players Salaries 2017? Salaries of players of Stoke City? Which Stoke City players are the highest paid? Have you ever thought of finding out the list of Stoke City player salaries? Well, if you have then worry not because we have prepared a list of the Stoke City  Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages) and the full details about Stoke City  players contracts.

Stoke City Football Club is a Premier League club based in the middle of England. They have been a consistent Premier League club for a long time, they have never been relegated from the Premier League in their history, since being promoted in 2008.

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Stoke City Football Club’s nicknames are The Potters, which is named after the famous pottery industry based in the city of Stoke. There are the second-oldest professional club in the world, founded in 1863.

The rivals of Stoke City are other local midlands sides such as Birmingham City, Aston Villa, and Wolverhampton Wanderers. Stoke City pride themselves on saying that they are currently doing better than all of their rivals as all 3 will be in the Championship next season.

The top level of English football is where Stoke City Football Club plays. Stoke City were a relatively unknown club just a few years ago, but they are building a bigger fanbase and reputation. Their home ground is known as The Britannia Stadium, although it was renamed the Bet365 Stadium recently for sponsorship reasons.

They have been playing at this stadium since 1997, so it is relatively new compared with other stadiums. There is a 27,902 seat capacity, which is relatively small for a Premier League side. Maybe they will look to expand their stadium soon in the future.

Stoke City Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages)

Stoke City Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages)

The manager of Stoke City is Englishman Mark Hughes. He has been in charge at The Bet365 Stadium since 2015, and has had many ups and downs with the club.

In 2016, Stoke City made some interesting signings. They signed striker Saido Berahino from West Brom to add more goals to the side. He arrived for £11million. They also signed midfielder Joe Allen from Liverpool for £13million.

Stoke City’s 2016 Summer Signings: 

Who did Stoke City sign in the summer of 2016? Stoke City spent £32.76milliom on transfer in the summer and brought in 8 new players. Some of these are:

  1. Joe Allen – £13million
  2. Saido Berahino – £11million

Stoke City highest paid player 2017

Stoke City highest paid player 2017

Who is the highest paid Stoke City Player? Marko Arnautovic is the highest paid Stoke City player. Stoke City have kept their wage payouts quite low, as their highest earner only earns £43,000 per week.

Things You Need To Know About Stoke City:

  • The current Stoke City team is the most expensive in their history

Stoke City player salaries per week 2016-17 (full squad contracts)

Jack Butland salery per week? Peter Crouch salery per weekXherdan Shaqiri salery per week? Here are the full salaries for Stoke City players:

Players NamePositionCountryWeekly Wage
Lee GrantGoalkeeperEngland£5,000
Glen JohnsonDefenderEngland£18,000
Ryan ShawcrossDefenderEngland£32,000
Bruno Martins IndiDefenderNetherlands£22,000
Eric Pieters DefenderNetherlands£22,000
Geoff CameronMidfielderIreland£14,000
Xherdan ShaqiriMidfielderSwitzerland£36,000
Marko ArnautovicMidfielderAustria£36,000
Joe AllenMidfielderWales£29,000
Peter CrouchForwardEngland£36,000
Mame DioufForwardCameroon£18,000
Jon WaltersForwardIreland£25,000
Charlie AdamMidfielderScotland£20,000
Wilfried BonyForwardIvory Coast£36,000
Ibrahim AfellayForwardNetherlands£25,000

As you can see, the wages are fairly average for a Premier League team with a couple of big earners. They will look to bring in better players this summer, perhaps on higher wages, as they look to continually sustain their PL status.

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