FERNANDO TORRES and Philippe Mexes are the highest paid players with €4m, Albertazzi the lowest paid with €0.1m.
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.
The Rossoneri’s expenditure on salaries is the 3rd highest in Serie A with €94 million set to be spent on wages. Juventus are leading the biggest payers list with €118m to be spent while Roma are in second place with €98m going to wages.
Napoli and Inter share the 4th place with their salaries expenditure being €70m according to the pink paper. Fiorentina and Lazio follow with €56 million and €55.1 mil. Serie A teams are going to spend a total of €849 million on wages in this 2014/15 season which is lower than last year’s amount of €912m and far from the sum paid in 2011/12 – €1,100 million.
The highest paid player in the league is Daniele De Rossi of Roma with €6.5 million (net) set to go into his pockets this season. Napoli’s Gonzalo Higuain is the second highest paid with a net salary of €5.5m, followed by Juventus’ Carlos Tevez – €4.5 million – and Fiorentina’s Mario Gomez – €4.25 million. The best-paid Milan players are Fernando Torres and Philippe Mexes (who didn’t agree to spread his wages) with a salary of €4m; they’re followed by Riccardo Montolivo: €3.5m.
As for the coaches, Nazionale boss Antonio Conte is the highest-paid tactician in Italy with a salary of €3.65m. Rafa Benitez gets €3.5m from Napoli, Walter Mazzarri gets €3.3m from Inter, Rudi Garcia gets €2.8m from Roma and Massimiliano Allegri gets €2.4 million from Juventus. Milan boss Filippo Inzaghi is well behind these figures and his salary is €1.5 mil.
Milan, who have 27 players in the squad this season, put it a goal to lower the expenditure on salaries and they managed to do it as last season the total amount was €105 million while in 2011/12 it was €160 million that were spent on wages.
|Player Name||Position||Age||Yearly wages (€)||Contract running until|
|Nigel De Jong||Midfielder||29||3,500,000||2015|
|Alex da Costa||Defender||32||2,500,000||2016|
|Stephan El Shaarawy||Forward||21||2,400,000||2018|
|Marco Van Ginkel||Midfielder||21||1,500,000||2015|
|Mattia De Sciglio||Defender||21||1,500,000||2018|