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The Top Ten Highest Paid Premier League players 2022

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At the moment, the Premier League features the world’s top-paid footballers. It attracts the most famous players in the current generation and is a force in the financial market that every other league dreams of.

With huge television contracts that include international broadcasting rights, the league has risen to be the world’s best from a commercial standpoint.

In addition, the more money earned in the League, the more money the players may request from their clubs as they join the ever-growing ranks of players who make over $1 million per month.

The 2022 EPL free agent market has exploded in recent weeks, with over 50 players changing teams since the beginning of April. With only 70 individuals confirmed to be on contracts worth more than $100,000 each week, this year’s crop of top teams looks significantly different than before. Over 500 gamers are anticipated to compete in some of the 20 leading sides

The most successful players in the Premier League, according to BBC Radio Times. Our data is based on recent information from Forbes as well as other reputable news sources and official resources to provide as accurate a representation as possible.

This is with no tax and without any hidden fees or bonuses in the small print of every contract. The numerous sponsorship agreements signed by athletes are not included, but zeros may be present at the bottom of their paychecks in some cases.

After you’ve seen the finest athletes in the top division, be sure to check out the Premier League TV schedule for up-to-date information on when the clubs will stream live.

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The Highest Paid Premier League players 2022

10. Thomas Partey (Arsenal) – PS250,000 p/w

Thomas Partey Arsenal Most paid EPL player

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The deep-lying midfielder signed for Atletico Madrid in 2020 on a three-year contract worth approximately PS45 million.

Gunners were hopeful Partey would help improve their defense, but Partey got injured twice in one month after playing at a home game.

There is no goal scored with the new club. However, there are videos of him trying his shots at the Colney training field. We can only hope that one of his shots will be successful in the near future.

9. Paul Pogba (Man Utd) (Man Utd) – PS290,000 per week

Paul Pogba Man Utd

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There are rumours that Paul Pogba might move to a new team, but he is currently still playing for the United team. He only has 3 months left on his current contract.

The previous season was difficult because Super-agent Mino Raiola was trying to get his client to leave Old Trafford. Roy Keane and Gary Neville were not happy about this because it caused problems for the team. They thought Pogba should have been focused on playing well in the league, not on leaving.

at the age of 28 years old, Pogba is in a position of there is no way back at the end of his road. He’s a great player, but hasn’t yet made the maximum possible use of the potential . He’s the man of the team soon and not be a flop idea.

8. N’Golo Kante (Chelsea) – PS290,000 p/w

N'Golo Kante (Chelsea)

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If beauty games are an effective way to raise money for a good cause, then the Frenchman is the perfect person to lead this effort.

Many people think that the defensive midfielder will win the Ballon d’Or because he is very tough and worked hard during a difficult year for Chelsea.

Kante is known for his humble personality. He drives to and from training and Stamford Bridge in a Mini Cooper. His teammate Antonio Rudiger told an interviewer that “if you don’t like Kante and you’re not satisfied there’s a problem”.

7. Raheem Sterling (Man City) – PS300,000 p/w

Raheem Sterling (Man City)

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Sterling had a great Euro 2020 campaign, scoring four goals and helping his team win the competition. He also scored ten goals and seven assists throughout the campaign. Although these might not be his best goals, the summer of 2021 helped improve Sterling’s image.

Pep is getting ready to start his current contract. It will last for less than two years. There have been reports that he has started discussions about an extension.

Sterling has had a good career, but his next move could be very important. He might stay at his current club or go to another one.

6. Jack Grealish (Man City) – PS300,000 per week

Jack Grealish Man City

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Grealish is a very popular player. Last summer he joined title holders Man City. He signed a contract that will last for six years. This was done to increase the number of zeros on his account.

The 25-year-old man was a huge fan of Villa and had played with them since he was six years old. When they won the Premier League, he couldn’t refuse the chance to be a part of the team.

Grealish has been in the news a lot lately. People have been talking about him because of his good performance in the Euro 2020 tournament. Now he has a record transfer fee and wage for a British player. But people are wondering if he is worth all that money.

5. Raphael Varane (Man Utd) – PS340,000 p/w

Raphael Varane Man Utd

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We said that the majority of this list was made up of Manchester United players. We were not lying. Get ready for a bunch of rich Manchester United stars in the near future, starting with Raphael Vrane.

Centre-backs are experienced and consistent winning player. He has been awarded the Champions League trophy four times during his time at Real Madrid and will be determined to have his win be recognized at Manchester.

He will have made a lot of money from Spanish capital and the move to United is likely to bring him the most money he has ever made in a major transfer.

4. Jadon Sancho (Man Utd) – PS350,000 p/w

Jadon Sancho (Man Utd)

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United’s most expensive signing as a transfer expense over the past few seasons was Pogba. Jadon Sancho cost the Red Devils just shy of PS80 million during the summer of last year.

England international winger was doing well in the Bundesliga, but when he returned to England he started off slowly.

Ralf Rangnick’s arrival at the club did not have the desired impact on the level of unity within the club or the steady improvement of his performance. However, Sancho was an outstanding performer over the past few months and seems to be more than he deserves to be paid.

3. David De Gea (Man Utd) – PS375,000 p/w

David De Gea (Man Utd)

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De Gea had nine clean sheets in the 26 games he played this season. He is committed to staying at United until 2023.

There are rumours that he will stay at Manchester for the rest of his career. However, it is not yet known if it is possible to agree on a new, long-term contract.

De Gea is proving to be a very resilient goalkeeper at the age of thirty. He is as good as former long-serving goalkeepers such as Peter Schmeichel and Edwin van der Sar.

2. Cristiano Ronaldo (Man Utd) – PS385,000 p/w

Cristiano Ronaldo (Man Utd)

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Ronaldo’s previous earnings would have been a top option on the list, however Ronaldo decided to take a tiny salary cut to become a part of Manchester United. It’s unlikely that cutting his earnings to a meagre PS385,000 a week is going to cause enough harm!

United have ranked him as the highest-priced player on the salary scale , which is only a tiny bit more than previous player De Gea and he has achieved parity or close equal to the highest earning player in the top league.

It’s been a trying start for the star player. Since his return to Manchester, Cristiano Ronaldo has scored several goals, but trophies are still some time away, even though reports of unrest among his Manchester teammates abound.

1. Kevin De Bruyne (Man City) – PS385,000 p/w

Kevin De Bruyne (Man City)

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De Bruyne had a great year in the Premier League. He scored 12 assists in 26 appearances. This helped Pep Guardiola’s team win the league.

He was a big part of helping his team win the Premier League title from Liverpool in the previous season. The fierce Belgian international is now looking for silverware, having his team was unable to achieve the heights of winning four trophies during the 2021/22 season, which could have included The Premier League, Champions League, FA Cup and Carab

His contract extension will keep him at the club until 2025. If everything goes according to plan, Pep Guardiola and his team could have him playing for them for over 200 league matches. If he is able to see his career as legendary and end it at the Etihad, there is a good chance that he will surpass his record and Vincent K

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