In the Premier League’s highest-paid squad announced by Sportbible, in addition to De Gea, MU also includes three other members, including defender Raphael Varane, midfielder Casemiro and winger Sancho. Turns out, MU is the team with the most players to squeeze into Sportbible’s squad.
Chelsea ranked next, with three players on the “yellow list”, including centre-back Kalidou Koulibaly, right-back Reece James and midfielder Enzo Fernandez. Despite being the Premier League champions, Man City is behind MU and Chelsea in terms of the number of high-paid players, with 2 people. Meanwhile, Liverpool and Tottenham each have 1 player “shared” with De Gea or Koulibaly.
In terms of income, two Man City players including midfielder Kevin De Bruyne and striker Erling Haaland have no rivals. If De Bruyne’s annual salary is up to £ 20.8 million, this figure for the tall Norwegian striker is £19.5 million. This is a treatment that is completely worthy of the great contributions of De Bruyne and Haaland.
De Bruyne is having the season with the most goals for Man City. For his part, Haaland scored 49 goals in 43 games in his first season for The Citizens. With 33 goals alone in the 2022/23 English Premier League, it is highly likely that he will win the title of Top Scorer at the end of the season.
£19.5m is also De Gea’s annual salary. A little lower are Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) and Sancho – the duo pocket regularly 18.2 million pounds a year.