MARIO BALOTELLI and Kaka are the highest paid with €4m, El Shaarawy makes €2.4m, Saponara earns €0.6m.
Do you know how much your favourite players earn every year? Well now you can know as La Gazzetta dello Sport published today (Monday), like in every year, the club-by-club & player-by-player yearly wages charts and Milan’s is below.
Milan are finally not the Italian club that spends the most on wages as they’ve been ‘taken over’ by champions Juventus whose salary expenditures are a reported €115 million this year. Milan are second with ‘only’ €105m to be spent on wages.
Inter and Roma are just behind Milan with €95 million and €92.5 million respectively set to be paid to players in the 13/14 season, Napoli are fifth and well behind with €74.1 million. The best-paid Serie A player is Roma’s with €6.5 million, the midfielder is followed by Napoli’s Gonzalo Higuain who earns €5.5m a year and Diego Milito of Inter whose salary is €5 mil.
Milan’s Mario Balotelli is ranked 8th in the Serie A highest-paid players chart but is first at Milan with €4 million earned in a season. Kaka is second at Milan but 10th in the league with the same amount. Here are all the figures, excluding bonuses
Sources: GdS, Sky Italia (Allegr’s salary only). (note: the figures below are reported figures and not necessarily accurate).
|Player Name||Position||Age||Yearly wages (€)|
|Nigel De Jong||Midfielder||28||3,000,000|
|Stephan El Shaarawy||Forward||20||2,400,000|
|Mattia De Sciglio||Defender||20||1,000,000|
|Jherson Vergara Amu||Defender||19||200,000|