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FC Bayern Munich Players Salaries 2018? Which Bayern Munchen players are the highest paid? Have you ever thought of finding out the list of Bayern Munich player salaries? Well, if you have then worry not because we have prepared a list of the FC Bayern Munich Players Salaries 2018 (Weekly Wages).
Before Pep Guardiola took over from Jupp Hynches, FC Bayern Munich won the treble, winning the Bundesliga Cup, and the Champions League. 2 years ago, FC Bayern’s wage bill was around €150 million but after the arrival of Pep Guardiola he made a couple of high-profile signings the recent wage bill was reported to be €180 million showing a €30 million increase in just a year.
Bayern Munich new signings 2017/18 include James Rodriguez (on loan), Corentin Tolisso, Niklas Sule and Sebastian Rudy.
Bayern Munich are currently storming the Bundesliga 2017/18 season with 53 points 21 games under manager Jupp Heynckes. Carlo Ancelotti was sacked half-way through the 2017/18 season.
Bayern Munich acquired the services of James Rodriguez on loan for two seasons in 2017 from Real Madrid. Rodriguez has been a huge success at Bayern and he could become a permanent signing after his loan spell.
The Bavarians spent €50 million in transfers in 2014 when they brought in Xabi Alonso and Medhi Benatia, Bayern Munich also made a couple of free transfer bringing in Robert Lewandowski and Sebastian Rode. The arrival of Robert Lewandowski at Bayern Munich meant that he will become the highest paid player in the team well, not only at Bayern Munich but in the Bundesliga with a total yearly salary of €15million.
Bayern Munich’s 2015 Summer Signings:
Who did Bayern Munich sign in the summer of 2015? Bayern Munich spent €55 million on transfer in the summer of 2015 bringing in four new players. These are:
Who is the highest paid Bayern Munich Player? Lewandowski is Bayern Munich’s highest paid player earning €225,000 per week.
Four Things You Need To Know About Bayern Munich:
|Players||Age||Weekly Wage||Contract until|
||30||?||3 years (2020)|
||19||€22,000||4 years (2021)|
||28||€125,000||4 years (2021)|
||21||€78,000||4 years (2021)|
||19||€11,000||1 year (2018)|
||19||€16,000||1 year (2018)|
||26||€112,000||On loan (2019)|
||27||€67,000||3 years (2020)|
||23||€90,000||5 years (2022)|
||21||€157,000||6 years (2023)|
||31||€150,000||4 Years (2021)|
||29||€55,000||3 Years (2018)|
|Tom Starke||34||€10,000||1 Year (2018)|
||28||€135,000||3 Years (2021)|
||25||€135,000||3 Years (2021)|
||23||€65,000||4 Years (2019)|
|Rafinha||31||€75,000||2 Years (2018)|
|Javi Martínez||28||€110,000||3 Years (2021)|
|Joshua Kimmich||22||€85,000||5 Years (2020)|
|Arturo Vidal||30||€150,000||4 Years (2019)|
|Thiago||26||€112,000||2 Years (2021)|
|Franck Ribéry||34||€160,000||2 Years (2018)|
||33||€160,000||2 Years (2018)|
|27||€150,000||4 Years (2021)|
||29||€225,000||4 Years (2021)|
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