As we all know, Pochettino's PSG boasts of the most dreaded squad in Europe this season as they got new faces into the team like Leo Messi, Sergio Ramos, Georginio Wijnaldum, and Gianluigi Donnarumma without spending a dime for them. They even went ahead to get more full-back options by signing Achraf Hakimi from Inter Milan for €60 million while signing left-back Nuno Mendes on loan with the option to buy.
Lionel Messi is the highest paid player in the club currently and he is followed by Neymar and Mbappe. Di Maria, Marquinhos and Verratti are also top earners at the club.
A lover of football will for sure, nod in agreement to the fact that the players mentioned above have had huge impact on the team in this season so far and their high wages are worth it.
But there are just a few of them that haven't heard the reason for their high wages. So, below is a list of overpaid players in PSG:
5. Layvin Kurzawa - £80,000.
4. Juan Bernat - £90,000.
3. Rafinha - £30,000.
2. Julian Draxler - £125,000.
1. Leandro Paredes - £140,000.
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