Premier League’s top earners including Mo Salah, Cristiano Ronaldo and Haaland

The Premier League is well known for the huge piles of cash swilling around its clubs and the wallets of its players.

Tales of footballers’ extraordinary spending habits are common – take Paul Pogba’s indoor football pitch or Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s gold Lamborginhi as all the evidence you’ll need.

But of all the swag, of all the out of town mansions, cars and swimming pools in Manchester, who actually are the highest-paid players in the league?

Predictably, most of the players below play for teams that are also towards the top end of the Premier League table – but who are they according to Spotrac?

Who are the top paid players in the Premier League 2022?

17= Harry Kane. Tottenham – £200,000 per week or £10,400,000 per year

17= Thiago Alcantara do Nascimento. Liverpool – £200,000 per week or £10,400,000 per year

17= Mohamed Salah. Liverpool – £200,000 per week or £10,400,000 per year

17= Marcus Rashford. Manchester United – £200,000 per week or £10,400,000 per year

17= Thomas Partey. Arsenal – £200,000 per week or £10,400,000 a year

16. Virgil Van Dijk. Liverpool – 220,000 per week or £11,440,000 a year

13= Anthony Martial. Manchester United – £250,000 per week or £13,000,000 a year

13= Edinson Cavani. Manchester United – £250,000 per week or £13,000,000 a year

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13= John Stones. Manchester City – £250,000 per week or £13,000,000 a year

12. Timo Werner. Chelsea – £272,000 per week or £14,144,000 a year

10= Paul Pogba. Manchester United – £290,000 per week or £15,080,000 a year

10= N’Golo Kante. Chelsea – £290,000 per week or £15,080,000 a year

8= Raheem Sterling. Manchester City – £300,000 per week or £15,600,000 a year

8= Jack Grealish. Manchester City – £300,000 per week or £15,600,000 a year

7. Romelu Lukaku. Chelsea – £325,000 per week or £16,900,000 a year

5= Raphael Varane. Manchester United – £340,000 per week or £17,680,000 a year

5= Jadon Sancho. Manchester United – £350,000 per week or £18,200,000 a year

3= Erling Haaland. Manchester City – £375,000 per week or £19,500,000 a year

3= David De Gea. Manchester United – £375,000 per week or £19,500,000 a year

2. Kevin De Bruyne. Manchester City – £400,000 per week or £20,800,000 a year

1. Cristiano Ronaldo. Manchester United – £510,000 per week or £26,520,000 a year

Perhaps the greatest player to grace the game in recent years (depending on who you ask), it comes as little surprise that the one and only Cristiano Ronaldo is the highest-paid player in the Premier League.

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