Milan are said to be paying €115 million on salaries this season, which makes them the club that spends the most after Juventus, Inter and Roma. Gianluigi Donnarumma, Alessio Romagnoli and Lucas Biglia are the best-paid player.
It’s the time of the year again when La Gazzetta dello Sport publishes the salaries of every single Serie A player.
The club-by-club & player-by-player yearly wages charts were posted on the pink-newspaper this Tuesday and Milan are in 4th place in terms of spending money on salaries with €115m – before taxes – to be earned by players in this term. This represents a decrease from last year’s €140m.
The highest paid Milan player is 20-year-old Gianluigi Donnarumma, with a net salary of €6m. He is the best paid goalkeeper in the league but his salary is very far from that of the best paid player in the league – Juventus’ Cristiano Ronaldo who makes a net salary of €31 million.
Captain Alessio Romagnoli, and veteran Lucas Biglia, are the second best-paid Milan players, with €3.5m set to enter their pockets. Biglia, who like many other high earners at Milan was signed by Marco Fassone and Massimiliano Mirabelli, is on the last year of his contract with the Diavolo. From the new signings, Ante Rebić is making the most with a salary of €3m net given to the Croatian.
Ismaël Bennacer and Theo Hernández are both making €1.5m, while Rafael Leão and Rade Krunić will earn €1.4m and €1.1m respectively; Léo Duarte is the least-paid new signing, making €1m in his first season in Europe. Discussions were held during the summer with Suso’s agent Alessandro Lucci over a new contract and the Spaniard is believed to be pushing for another increase in his salary; however, his current deal (until 2022), according to La Gazzetta dello Sport’s data, is worth €3m yearly.
You can find all the salaries of every Milan player in the table below (the data is from today’s GdS):
|Player Name||Nationality||Position||Age||Yearly wages (€)||Contract running until|
€1360m will be paid in wages this season in Serie A, which is the highest number in the last 10 years (an important rise from €1129m last year). Juventus is the club in Italy that pays the most: €294 million. They’re followed by Inter (€139 million), Roma (€125m) and then Milan (€115m).
The best-paid Serie A XI, according to La Gazzetta, is: Gianluigi Donnarumma (€6m, Milan); Matthijs de Ligt (€8m, Juve), Leonardo Bonucci (€5.5m, Juve), Kalidou Koulibaly (€6m, Napoli); Alexis Sánchez (€5m, Inter), Aaron Ramsey (€7m, Juve), Adrien Rabiot (€7m, Juve), Douglas Costa (6m, Juve); Paulo Dybala (€7.3m, Juve), Romelu Lukaku (€7.5m, Inter), Cristiano Ronaldo (€31m, Juve).
Antonio Conte of Inter is the best-paid coach in Serie A with a salary of €11m net per season. He is follosed by Juve’s Maurizio Sarri, who is getting €5.5m and by Napoli’s Carlo Ancelotti – €5m. Roma are paying their coach Paulo Fonseca €3m. Marco Giampaolo’s Milan salary is €2m per season.
The full list of wage bills in Serie A, according to the data of the 10th of September 2019 La Gazzetta dello Sport, and the salary of every player in the Italian league, can be found below.
It is important to note that the total club wage bill reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport and here are gross numbers while players’ salaries are net numbers, meaning after taxes.
|Team Name||Overall Bill (€)||Highest Paid Player||Salary (€)||Coach||Salary (€)|
|Juventus||294,000,000||Cristiano Ronaldo||31,000,000||Maurizio Sarri||5,500,000|
|Inter||139,000,000||Romelu Lukaku||7,500,000||Antonio Conte||11,000,000|
|Roma||125,000,000||Edin Džeko||5,000,000||Paulo Fonseca||3,000,000|
|Milan||115,000,000||Gianluigi Donnarumma||6,000,000||Marco Giampaolo||2,000,000|
|Napoli||103,000,000||Kalidou Koulibaly||6,000,000||Carlo Ancelotti||5,000,000|
|Lazio||72,000,000||Sergej Milinković-Savić||2,500,000||Simone Inzaghi||2,000,000|
|Torino||54,000,000||Andrea Belotti||1,700,000||Walter Mazzarri||1,800,000|
|Fiorentina||50,000,000||Franck Ribéry||4,000,000||Vincenzo Montella||1,500,000|
|Cagliari||44,000,000||Radja Nainggolan||3,000,000||Rolando Maran||1,000,000|
|Bologna||41,000,000||Mattia Destro||2,000,000||Siniša Mihajlović||3,000,000|
|Genoa||40,000,000||Lasse Schöne||1,500,000||Aurelio Andreazzoli||700,000|
|Sampdoria||36,000,000||Fabio Quagliarella||1,200,000||Eusebio Di Francesco||1,800,000|
|Atalanta||36,000,000||Duván Zapata||1,800,000||Gian Piero Gasperini||2,500,000|
|Sassuolo||35,000,000||Domenico Berardi||1,000,000||Roberto De Zerbi||1,000,000|
|Lecce||32,000,000||Khouma Babacar||1,000,000||Fabio Liverani||900,000|
|Parma||31,000,000||Matteo Darmian||1,500,000||Roberto D'Aversa||750,000|
|SPAL||30,000,000||Andrea Petagna||1,200,000||Leonardo Semplici||800,000|
|Udinese||30,000,000||Rodrigo De Paul||800,000||Igor Tudor||500,000|
|Brescia||28,000,000||Mario Balotelli||1,500,000||Eugenio Corini||500,000|
|Hellas Verona||25,000,000||Giampaolo Pazzini||1,300,000||Ivan Jurić||600,000|