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Watford FC Players Salaries 2018 (Weekly Wages)

Watford FC Players Salaries 2018 (Weekly Wages)

Watford FC Players Salaries 2018? Salaries of players of Watford FC? Which Watford FC players are the highest paid? Have you ever thought of finding out the list of Watford FC player salaries? Well, if you have then worry not because we have prepared a list of the Watford FC  Players Salaries 2018 (Weekly Wages) and the full details about Watford FC  players contracts.

Watford FC Football Club is a Premier League club based in London, the capital of England. They won promotion to the Premier League in 2015 and have spent 2 seasons in England’s top division over the last couple of years. In 2016/17, they avoided relegation and therefore will play Premier League football for a third successive season in 2017/18. They will go into the season with a new manager, Marco Silva, but more on that later.

Watford FC Players Salaries Information 2018

Watford FC Football Club’s nicknames are The Hornets and that’s because the club play in the colours of a Hornet, yellow and black. There used to be a hornet on the club badge but it was replaced by a hart, which is an old-fashioned word for ‘stag’, which is a male deer.

The traditional rivals of Watford FC are listed as Reading and Luton Town. Compared to their rivals, they are doing very well, as they are higher divisions than both of them. Now under highly rated manager Marco Silva, the Hornets are looking to establish themselves in the Premier League following their promotion in 2015.

Watford’s home ground is known as Vicarage RoadThey have been playing at this stadium since 1922, so compared with some grounds it is quite old, although it has been redeveloped several times. There is a 23,700 seat capacity, which is relatively small for a Premier League side.

Watford FC Football Club Players Salaries 2018 (Weekly Wages)

Watford FC Players Salaries 2018 (Weekly Wages)

The new manager of Watford FC is Portuguese Marco Silva. He is relatively young at 39 and has good reputation. Watford hired him as a result of sacking old manager Walter Mazzarri at the end of the 2016/17 season.

In 2016, Watford FC made some interesting signings. They signed winger Isaac Success from Granada CF for £12million, their biggest ever signing. They also signed Roberto Pereyra from Juventus for £11million, and Sven Kums from KAA Gent for £7.5million

Watford FC’s 2017 Summer Signings: 

Who did Watford FC sign in the summer of 2017? Watford FC spent £55.5 million on transfer in the summer and brought in 12 new players. Some of these were:

  1. Andre Gray – £18.5million
  2. Richarlison – £11.25million
  3. Tom Cleverley – £8.5million

Watford FC’s 2016 Summer Signings: 

Who did Watford FC sign in the summer of 2016? Watford FC spent £59.46 million on transfer in the summer and brought in 9 new players. Some of these were:

  1. Isaac Success – £12million
  2. Roberto Pereyra – £11million
  3. Sven Kums – £7.5million

Watford FC highest paid player 2018

Watford FC highest paid player 2018

Who is the highest paid Watford FC Player? The captain, Troy Deeney, is the highest paid Watford FC player. Watford FC have kept their wage payouts quite low, but as a big signing, their record earner is Troy Deeney, who earns a huge £100,000 per week. This is the same amount as some big Premier League stars such as Jamie Vardy and Harry Kane.

Things You Need To Know About Watford FC:

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

Watford FC player salaries per week 2017-18 (full squad contracts)

Troy Deenery salary per week? Richarlison salary per weekAndre Gray salary per week? Here are the full salaries for Watford FC players:

Players Name Position Country Weekly Wage
Heurelho Gomes Goalkeeper Brazil £40,000
Craig Cathcart Defender England £15,000
Sebastian Prodl Defender Austria £10,000
Miguel Britos Defender Uruguay £20,000
Jose Holebas Defender Greece £20,000
Kiko Femenia Defender Spain £25,000
Etienne Capoue Midfielder France £25,000
Tom Cleverley Midfielder England £35,000
Will Hughes Midfielder England £20,000
Troy Deeney Forward England £100,000
Richarlison Forward Brazil £30,000
Stefano Okaka Forward Italy £18,000
Isaac Success Forward Nigeria £45,000
Abdoulaye Doucoure Midfielder France £25,000
Daryl Janmaat Defender Netherlands £18,000
Adrian Mariappa Defender Jamaica £16,000
Younes Kaboul Defender France £31,000
Ben Watson  Midfielder England £14,000
Andre Gray Forward England £70,00

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 seasons to come.

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