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Parma FC Player Salaries 2020 (Weekly Wages)

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Parma FC Player Salaries 2020

Want to know what the Parma FC Player Salaries 2020 are? Who are Parma’s highest-earning players? How much do Parma FC players earn? Have you ever wondered about which players at Parma FC earn the most? Well if you have, then worry not, because we have prepared a full list of the Parma FC player salaries 2020.

Parma Football Club (formerly Parma Associazione Calcio), commonly referred to as just Parma, is an Italian professional football club based in Parma, Emilia–Romagna that is competing in Serie A for the 2011–12 season, having finished in twelfth position last season. Founded as Verdi Foot Ball Club in July 1913, the club changed its name in December of the same year. Parma have played their home matches in the 27,906-seat Stadio Ennio Tardini, often referred to as simply Il Tardini, since 1923.

They are nicknamed the Crociati which means the crusaders.

Parma Calcio 1913 Information 2020

The Crociati won eight trophies between 1992 and 2002. They finished runners-up in the 1996–97 season. The club has won three Coppa Italia, one Supercoppa Italiana, two UEFA Cups, one European Super Cup and one UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup.

Financial troubles began in 2003 by the Parmalat scandal where the former Parma owner had defrauded millions which resulted in the club having to go into controlled administration until January 2007. They were declared bankrupt in 2015 and re-founded in Serie D. But quite incredibly, Parma secured a record three straight promotions back to Serie A in 2018.

Parma FC fans and rivals

The Derby “Derby dell’Enza” opponents Reggiana are the club’s biggest rivals. Parma also contests the Derby d’Emilia with Bologna. Bologna and Parma are Emilia-Romagna’s two most decorated clubs, winning the region’s only domestic titles.

Juventus are also rivals largely down to their past matches. This includes Parma’s 1995 UEFA Cup victory, its first and third Coppa Italia triumphs, Supercoppa Italiana defeats in 1995 and 2002, and its 1995 domestic cup final defeat to The Old Lady.

Highest Paid Parma FC Player 2020 (Weekly Wage)

Parma FC Player Salaries 2020

Parma FC Player Wages? Serie A wages? How much do Serie A footballers earn? Who is earning the most at Parma FC? Who are the highest-earning players at Parma FC?

What are the Parma FC Player Salaries? Parma do not reveal their wages information but judging by transfer market value as highlighted in the table below- it is likely that Roberto Inglese is earning the most at Parma FC.

Parma FC Player Arrivals 2020/21- Summer 2020 Arrivals

Player Age From Club Transfer Fee
Roberto Inglese 28 SSC Napoli £16.20m
Yann Karamoh 22 Inter £7.20m
Alberto Grassi 25 SSC Napoli £6.21m
Giuseppe Pezzella 22 Udinese Calcio £5.81m
Luigi Sepe 29 SSC Napoli £4.12m
Hernani 26 Zenit S-Pb £4.03m
Jasmin Kurtic 31 SPAL £3.15m
Mateo Likaxhiu 19 Sanremese Free transfer
Lautaro Valenti 21 Lanús Loan

Parma FC player salaries 2020 (Weekly Wage)

The Crociati, like most other football clubs, do not release their wage bill. However many journalists often break wage bill information from Serie A teams which are often accurate. But for lesser-known Serie A teams, very little is known about players’ wage bills.

Parma FC Player Salaries 2020

# Player & Position Date of Birth (Age) Weekly Wages Contract expires
1 Luigi Sepe May 8, 1991 (29) £25,000 30.06.2024
Goalkeeper
34 Simone Colombi Jul 1, 1991 (29) £5,600 30.06.2022
Goalkeeper
46 Fabrizio Alastra Oct 1, 1997 (22) £10,000 30.06.2022
Goalkeeper
Lautaro Valenti Jan 14, 1999 (21) 30.06.2025
Centre-Back
2 Simone Iacoponi Apr 30, 1987 (33) £7,600 30.06.2022
Centre-Back
21 Kastriot Dermaku Jan 15, 1992 (28) £6,000 30.06.2023
Centre-Back
22 Bruno Alves Nov 27, 1981 (38) £28,000 30.06.2021
Centre-Back
Michele Fornasier Aug 22, 1993 (27)
Centre-Back
4 Botond Balogh Jun 6, 2002 (18)
Centre-Back
3 Giuseppe Pezzella Nov 29, 1997 (22) £12,000 30.06.2024
Left-Back
7 Riccardo Gagliolo Apr 28, 1990 (30) £10,000 30.06.2022
Left-Back
31 Giacomo Ricci Sep 2, 1996 (24) £6,000 30.06.2022
Left-Back
36 Matteo Darmian Dec 2, 1989 (30) £37,000 30.06.2023
Right-Back
16 Vincent Laurini Jun 10, 1989 (31) £9,000 30.06.2022
Right-Back
20 Marcello Gazzola Apr 3, 1985 (35) £9,000 30.06.2024
Right-Back
Reinaldo Radu Jan 7, 2002 (18) 30.06.2022
Right-Back
23 Hernani Mar 27, 1994 (26) £11,000 30.06.2023
Defensive Midfield
15 Gastón Brugman Sep 7, 1992 (28) £9,200 30.06.2022
Defensive Midfield
5 Matteo Scozzarella Jun 5, 1988 (32) £8,900 30.06.2021
Defensive Midfield
8 Alberto Grassi Mar 7, 1995 (25) £28,000 30.06.2024
Central Midfield
33 Juraj Kucka Feb 26, 1987 (33) £34,000 30.06.2022
Central Midfield
14 Jasmin Kurtic Jan 10, 1989 (31) £21,000 30.06.2023
Central Midfield
17 Jacopo Dezi Feb 10, 1992 (28) £18,000 30.06.2021
Central Midfield
Abdou Diakhate Dec 31, 1998 (21) 30.06.2023
Central Midfield
32 Lorenzo Simonetti Aug 28, 1996 (24) 30.06.2022
Central Midfield
44 Redi Kasa Sep 1, 2001 (19) £330
Central Midfield
27 Gervinho May 27, 1987 (33) £41,000 30.06.2022
Left Winger
97 Alessio Da Cruz Jan 18, 1997 (23) £7000 30.06.2022
Left Winger
Yves Baraye Jun 22, 1992 (28) 30.06.2021
Left Winger
10 Yann Karamoh Jul 8, 1998 (22) £27,000 30.06.2023
Right Winger
93 Mattia Sprocati Apr 28, 1993 (27) £11,000 30.06.2023
Right Winger
26 Luca Siligardi Jan 26, 1988 (32) £14,000 30.06.2022
Right Winger
11 Andreas Cornelius Mar 16, 1993 (27) £28,000 30.06.2021
Centre-Forward
45 Roberto Inglese Nov 12, 1991 (28) £41,000 30.06.2024
Centre-Forward
99 Andrea Adorante Feb 5, 2000 (20) £2,500 30.06.2023
Centre-Forward

Parma FC Titles

Parma have won eight major titles in their history. All of these titles came between the years 1992 and  2002 before the club suffered financial collapse.  They have clawed their way back to the Serie A after being demoted to the Serie D in 2015 after being forced to reform as a club after being declared bankrupt.

National

  • Coppa Italia:
    • Winners (3): 1991–92, 1998–99, 2001–02
  • Supercoppa Italiana:
    • Winners (1): 1999

European

  • UEFA Cup:
    • Winners (2): 1994–95, 1998–99
  • European Cup Winners’ Cup:
    • Winners (1): 1992–93
  • European Super Cup:
    • Winners (1): 1993

Minor

  • Seconda Divisione:
    • Winners (1): 1924–25
  • Serie C:
    • Winners (4): 1953–54, 1972–73, 1983–84, 1985–86
  • Serie D:
    • Winners (1): 1969–70, 2015–16 
  • Coppa delle Alpi:
    • Winners (1): 1960–61

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