In this article we will be looking forward to see Highest Paid Players in the premier League This season.
Let see which players that make up the list
The highest paid player in the premier league is Gareth Bale, he earned a whopping £500k weekly, then Da Gea is another top earner in the premier league he earned a staggering £375k on weekly basis. Kelvin De Bryune is another player that earned high in the premier league he earned a staggering £350k weekly.
Then Raheem Sterling is another top earner in the premier league, he is doing great at the moment and pockets £300k weekly. Then Manchester United player Paul Pogba is another top earner earning nothing less than £270k weekly. Then Thomas Partey is another top earner in the premier league he pockets a whooping £250k weekly, while Aubayemang earns a staggering £250k at Arsenal.
Then other top earners includes Manchester United strikers Anthony Martial who received £250k on weekly basis, then Sergio Aguero earns £230k weekly, While Edision Cavani pocket £210 every week.
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