Its no longer news that Norwich CIty under the leadership of Daniel Farke have been relegated form the premier league after a gruesome run which saw them win 5 games with a total of 21 points. The team looked lackluster at best throughout the season although they were able to seal some unbelievable wins in their time in the top league.
While some players like Teemu Pukki, Emiliano Buendía, Max Aarons looked promising, others like Timm Klose flattered to deceive. As we reflect over their relegation, we have decided to take a look at their wage structure to know how much these players earn every week.
It is really unbelievable to see that Todd Cantwell is the lowest paid player in the team. The 21 year old player has caught the sight of teams like Manchester United and Leicester City and it remains to be seen if he will be with the squad for next season.
What is more shocking is that majority of the key performers earn below £10,000. Top goal scorer, Teemu Pukki is currently on a £6,000 salary while long serving midfielder, Alexander Tettey currently earns £13,000. Figures for Tom Krul are currently undisclosed.
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