Top 10 Lowest Paid Footballers In The Premier League 2017
5 – Nathan Ake – £10,000
The Young Player of the Year winner by the club. Ake spent last season on loan at Bournemouth and collected his weekly wage of £10,000.
4 – Adam Clayton – £10,000
Clayton has been a mainstay in the Middlesbrough team in the last two seasons, helping the club secure promotion back to the Premier League after a lengthy absence. The midfielder earns £10,000 per week. –
3 – Sam Clucas – £7,500
He has climbed through the leagues with Mansfield Town and Chesterfield before signing for Hull City in 2015. Clucas bagged six goals for the Tigers last season as they gained promotion to the Premier League but earns just £7,500 per week.
2 – Michael Duff – £7,500
The Northern Irishman has made over a massive 350 appearances for Burnley in all competitions and must be considered club royalty. Next season will be his thirteenth with the club and Duff will collect a weekly salary of £7,500.
1 – Ben Gibson – £3,600 – Lowest paid player in Premier League
Lowest paid player in Premier League? The lowest paid player in Premier League is currently Ben Gibsson. Dispite beeing the lowest paid footballer in Premier League Ben Gibson is helping his childhood side Middlesbrough return to the Premier League for this first time since 2009. Gibson only earns £3,600 per week and no doubt deserves a bit of a pay rise ahead of the new season.
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