Swansea City FC Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages)

Swansea City FC Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages)

Swansea City FC Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages)

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

Swansea City FC Football Club is a Premier League club based in the South of Wales. They are the only Welsh team currently playing in the Premier League. The club were promoted to the Premier League in 2011 and despite a couple of close shaves with relegation, have managed to remain consistently in the Premier League ever since then.

Swansea City FC Information 2017

Swansea City FC Football Club’s nicknames are The Swans and that’s because the club play in white, and also the badge contains a Swan.

The traditional rivals of Swansea City FC are Cardiff City, who another major Welsh team but are in the Championship. They have enjoyed more time in the Premier League over recent years than their rivals, which will please fans of the club.

Swansea City’s home ground is known as The Liberty Stadium. The ground opened in 2005, so is a relatively new ground. With a capacity of 21,088, it is the 3rd largest ground in the whole of Wales, behind the Millennium Stadium and the Cardiff Stadium.

Swansea City FC Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages)

Swansea City FC Players Salaries 2017 (Weekly Wages)

The new manager of Swansea City FC is Englishman Paul Clement. Swansea City hired him as a result of sacking old managers Francesco Guindolin and Bob Bradley during the 2016/17 season. Hiring Clement turned out to be a great decision for the club as he successfully guided them to Premier League safety, after it looked unlikely they would survive at one stage.

In 2016, Swansea City FC made some interesting signings. They signed Borja Baston, a central midfielder, from Atletico Madrid for £15million. They also signed Alfie Mawson, a centre-back, for £5million from Barnsley, and Fernando Llorente from Sevilla for £5million.
Who did Swansea City FC sign in the summer of 2016? Swansea City FC spent £34milliom on transfer in the summer and brought in 7 new players. Some of these are:Swansea City FC’s 2016 Summer Signings: 

  1. Borja Baston – £15million
  2. Alfie Mawson – £5million
  3. Fernando Llorente – £5million

Swansea City FC highest paid player 2017

Swansea City FC highest paid player 2017

Who is the highest paid Swansea City FC Player? The highest paid player at Swansea City is midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson. He earns a substantial wage of £50,000 per week, but could be on the move this summer as he has been linked with moves to Tottenham and Liverpool. The wage he is on is quite big for a club like Swansea, but with the money the Premier League can bring in, especially with the new TV deals that generate a lot of cash, it can be afforded.

Things You Need To Know About Swansea City FC:

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

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

Fernando Llorente salary per weekGylfi Sigurdsson salary per weekBorja Baston salary per week? Here are the full salaries for Swansea City FC players:

Players NamePositionCountryWeekly Wage
Lukas FabianskiGoalkeeperPoland£22,000
Kyle NaughtonDefenderEngland£18,000
Federico FernandezDefenderArgentina£29,000
Alfie MawsonDefenderEngland£13,000
Martin OlssonDefenderSweden£22,000
Jack CorkMidfielderEngland£25,000
Leroy FerMidfielderNetherlands£29,000
Tom CarrollMidfielderEngland£22,000
Wayne RoutledgeMidfielderEngland£18,000
Fernando LlorenteForwardSpain£35,000
Gylfi SigurdssonMidfielderIceland£50,000
Luciano NarsinghMidfielderNetherlands£25,000
Jordan AyewForwardGhana£25,000
Ki Sung YuengMidfielderSouth Korea£25,000
Jefferson MonteroMidfielderEcuador£25,000
Jordi AmatDefenderSpain£18,000
Nathan DyerMidfielderEngland£29,000
Borja BastonMidfielderSpain£22,000
Mike van der HoornDefenderNetherlands£11,000

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, if they can sustain their Premier League status for years to come.

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