AFC Bournemouth Players Salaries 2019/20 (Weekly Wages)

AFC Bournemouth Players Salaries 2019/20 (Weekly Wages)

AFC Bournemouth Players Salaries 2019/20? Salaries of players of AFC Bournemouth? Which AFC Bournemouth players are the highest paid? Have you ever thought of finding out the list of AFC Bournemouth player salaries? Well, if you have then worry not because we have prepared a list of the AFC Bournemouth Players Salaries 2019/20 (Weekly Wages) and the full details about AFC Bournemouth players contracts.

AFC Bournemouth Football Club is a Premier League club based in the South of England. They got promoted to the league in 2015 and therefore are relatively new to the Premier League, and have just completed their 2nd ever season in the league. They are doing well and establishing them as a solid Premier League side.

AFC Bournemouth Information

AFC Bournemouth Football Club’s nicknames are The Cherries and as a result the club predominantly play in Black and Red, which are the colours of a Cherry. These are the famous colours of AFC Bournemouth.

The rivals of AFC Bournemouth are Southampton and Portsmouth since those clubs are also near the South-Coast of England. They finished just below Southampton in the Premier League this season, level on points but behind on GD. As a result, the gained less prize money this season.

The top level of English football is where AFC Bournemouth Football Club plays. AFC Bournemouth 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 Dean Court, or The Vitality Stadium for sponsorship reasons.

They have been playing at this stadium since 1910. It is a very old ground and the capacity is small. There is a 11,000 seat capacity. They will look to expand their stadium soon if they can sustain their Premier League status.

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AFC Bournemouth Players Salaries 2019/20 (Weekly Wages)

The manager of AFC Bournemouth is Englishman Eddie Howe. He earns £750,000 per year on his contract.

AFC Bournemouth’s 2019 Summer Signings: 

PlayersClubTransfer sum
£16.20m
£14.85m
£13.32m
£4.01m

AFC Bournemouth’s 2018 Summer Signings: 

Bournemouth pulled off a massive transfer coup by beating Borussia Dortmund to the signing of Leganes left-back Diego Rico. Manager Eddie Howe managed to convince Diego Rico to join Bournemouth instead, despite Borussia Dortmund having the pull factor of Champions League football. Bournemouth also signed talented Welsh midfielder David Brooks from Sheffield United.

PlayersClubTransfer sum
£25.20m
£19.08m
£13.50m
£12.24m
£10.17m
Loan

AFC Bournemouth highest paid player 2019/20

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Who is the highest paid AFC Bournemouth Player? Callum Wilson is the highest paid AFC Bournemouth player. He earns £60,000 per week.

Things You Need To Know About AFC Bournemouth:

  • The 2018/2019 AFC Bournemouth team was the most expensive in their history.

AFC Bournemouth player salaries per week 2019/20-19 (full squad contracts)

Callum Wilson salary per week? Nathan Ake salary per week? Jordon Ibe salary per week? Here are the full salaries for AFC Bournemouth Players.

Player NameAgeWeekly WagesContract until
Callum Wilson27£60,0002023
Jefferson Lerma24£50,0002023
Steve Cook28£45,0002021
Joshua King27£45,0002021
Nathan Ake24£40,0002022
Artur Boruc39£40,0002019/20
Jordon Ibe23£38,0002019/20
Lewis Cook22£35,0002022
Charlie Daniels33£35,0002019/20
Dan Gosling29£35,0002021
Adam Smith28£35,0002021
Junior Stanislas29£35,0002021
Andrew Surman33£35,0002019/20
Simon Francis34£30,0002019/20
Ryan Fraser25£27,0002019/20
Brad Smith25£25,0002019/20
Dominic Solanke22£25,0002022
David Brooks22£20,0002022
Diego Rico26£19,2502022
Philip Billing23£15,0002024
Chris Mepham21£11,6732023
Aaron Ramsdale21£3,0002021
Jack Simpson22£3,0002019/20
Arnaut Danjuma222024
Lloyd Kelly20
Jack Stacey23
Mark Travers20
Harry Wilson22

As you can see, the wages aren’t that high as they haven’t had the financial input from the Premier League for a very long time. 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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2 Comments

  1. Rhys

    Sep 25, 2018 at 1:52 pm

    These are completely wrong! As I know some inside info.

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