The Turkish Superliga is one of the second-tier European league, but the most important financially. The league is home to many valuable and emerging talents from around the world. It is said that players trading in this Eastern European country can earn decent amount, even when compared to the top 5 continental European league. Today we are looking for the most profitable goalkeeper in the Turkish league.
Fernando Muslera (Galatasaray) - 88,000 euros per week.
The highest paid goalkeeper in the Turkish league is Uruguay captain Fernando Muslera. The 35-year-old goalkeeper has been playing for Galatasaray since 2011 and has played over 340 matches for them.
The agile goalkeeper is known for his incredible ability and ability to block air strikes. Since joining Galatasaray in 2011, Muslera has won 5 Super League titles, 4 Turkish Cups and 4 Turkish Super Cups. He also holds the record for the most clean-sheets in a season.
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