The Premier League's Top Three Earners In Every Position Revealed
The Premier League's highest earners in each position have been revealed and its Manchester United stars that dominate the rankings.
Of the nine positions listed by Spotrac, a United player features eight times with the only position missing a Red Devils representative being right wing.
It's a stark reminder to United fans that their team is massively underwhelming when comparing money spent to league position.
Check out the full rankings below.
1. David De Gea - £375,000 per week
2. Kepa Arrizabalaga - £150,000 per week
3. Kasper Schmeichel - £130,000 per week
1. Luke Shaw - £120,000 per week
2. Sead Kolasinac - £100,000 per week
3. Marcos Alonso - £100,000 per week
1. Virgil Van Dijk - £165,000 per week
2. Harry Maguire - £162,775 per week
3. David Luiz - £125,673 per week
1. Ashley Young - £120,000 per week
2. Hector Bellerin - £110,000 per week
3. Kyle Walker - £100,000 per week
1. Kevin de Bruyne - £320,833 per week
2. Paul Pogba - £290,000 per week
3. Tanguy Ndombele - £200,000 per week
Central Attacking Midfield
1. Mesut Ozil - £268,750 per week
2. David Silva - £160,000 per week
3. Juan Mata - £160,000 per week
1. Marcus Rashford - £200,000 per week
2. Heung-min Son - £140,000 per week
3. Wilfried Zaha - £130,000 per week
1. Raheem Sterling - £300,000 per week
2. Mohamed Salah - £200,000 per week
3. Bernardo Silva - £150,000 per week
1. Anthony Martial - £250,000 per week
2. Sergio Aguero - £230,135 per week
3. Harry Kane - £200,000 per week
It comes as no shock that Kevin De Bruyne is the highest earner in the league.
The Manchester City midfielder has recorded 7 goals as well as a staggering 14 assists in the Premier League this season.
He's managed to get back to his best after injury ravaged the entirety of last season.
The Belgian's assist record has got many wondering how he'll fare for his national side at the Euros this summer.
International teammate Romelu Lukaku took to Twitter last night following De Bruyne's assist for Gabriel Jesus yesterday.
@DeBruyneKev bruh you a bad motherf*** ... what a pass :skull:♂️- R.Lukaku Bolingoli9 (@RomeluLukaku9) January 12, 2020
De Bruyne cheekily responded to the Inter Milan striker saying 'get ready for the summer'.
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