Top 10 Highest Paid Premier League Players
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Top 10 Highest Paid Premier League Players

When it comes to the world's elite soccer, the English Premier League is considered the best of the best. Making it as a top-flight star in the EPL is the same as making it as a Broadway performer or a musician who earned the right to play Carnegie Hall. It takes plenty of bottles to be a big name on sides like Manchester United or Liverpool, so these stars earn their pay. Let's cut it short. Do you know who are the ten highest-paid Players in the Premier League?

There's nothing quite like the English Premier League. Spending a Saturday afternoon at Anfield watching Mo Salah work his magic for Liverpool. Heading to Old Trafford as David De Gea and Paul Pogba play starring roles for Manchester United. Or perhaps you'll be witness to a Manchester derby between United and City, as Sergio Aguero and Kevin Debruyne seek to stake Manchester City to another title.

Whether it's in the league, the FA Cup, or the UEFA Champions League, all of these great stars earn their pay against the best in the world. And each of them was among the highest-paid premier league players in 2019-20, earning healthy stipends as a reward for their talented work on the pitch.

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Let's have a look at who was getting paid on English soccer pitches in 2019-20.

10. Harry Kane

Harry Kane

Photo by: Kirill Venediktov (Wikimedia)

Weekly Earnings: £200,000

The England captain and Tottenham Hotspur striker, Harry Kane rates among the game's clinical finishers. Four times he's been selected to the PFA Team of the Year. He's scored 188 times in 287 appearances, though in recent years Kane was hampered by injury.

A hamstring ailment requiring surgery cost him much of the 2019-20 campaign. An ankle injury hobbled Kane in 2018-19. There's been speculation that Kane might look for a move to a more fashionable club in search of honours.

9. Marcus Rashford

Weekly Earnings: £200,000

The Manchester United and England forward signed a four-year contract with the Reds prior to the start of the 2019-20 season that will keep Rashford at Old Trafford through 2023. He got off to a slow start to the year but Marcus Rashford caught fire after his first goal of the season earned a 1-1 tie against Liverpool.

He scored 16 goals over a 20-match stretch beginning with that tally. A stress fracture to his back put him out of the lineup. Rashford returned late in the year to score his 17th goal of the season.

8. Mohamed Salah

Weekly Earnings: £200,000

Liverpool's rise to the top of English football was fashioned in large part by the magical feet of two-time Golden Boot winner and Egyptian international Mohamed Salah. Helping Liverpool to the 2019-20 EPL title, Salah became the first Liverpool player to net 20 goals across all competitions two years in succession since Michael Owen.

He scored 70 times in his first 100 appearances for the club. When Liverpool won the 2019 FIFA World Club Cup, Salah was awarded the Golden Boot as Player of the Tournament.

7. Sergio Aguero

Weekly Earnings: £230,135

The Manchester City and Argentina international is widely considered one of the best strikers of his generation, as well as one of the best players in Premier League history. He's scored over 400 goals in his pro career and has fashioned 12 EPL hat-tricks. Six times during his career with the Citizens, he's scored at least 20 goals in EPL play. Factoring in all competitions, Sergio Aguero has topped 30 goals in five different seasons.

6. Anthony Martial

Weekly Earnings: £250,000

When Anthony Martial netted a hat-trick in a 3-0 win over Sheffield United late in the 2019-20 season, it was the first hat-trick by a Manchester United player in an EPL match since Robin Persie did it during the 2012-13 season.

The French international signed a new five-year contract with Man United in January of 2019. Martial's 17 goals in EPL play and 23 tallies in all competitions during the 2019-20 season were both new single-season marks for the forward.

5. Mesut Ozil

Weekly Earnings: £258,750

Among the most technically skilled and creative players in the Premier League, German international Mesut Ozil of Arsenal is at home as an attacking midfielder or being deployed as a winger.

Ozil's trophy case includes a FIFA World Cup and four FA Cups. Known for his playmaking skills, Ozil has always been far more likely to make a goal for a teammate than to finish the play on his own.

4. Paul Pogba


Photo by: Stanislav Vedmid (Wikimedia).

Weekly Earnings: £290,000

Versatility is the trademark of Manchester United’s French international. Paul Pogba is primarily utilized as a central midfielder. If need be, he can also play as an attacking or defensive midfielder, or even as a deep-lying playmaker.

Last year, Manchester United rejected a £27.6 million offer for their French World Cup winner from Spanish power Real Madrid. Ankle surgery hampered his 2019-20 campaign and Pogba scored just once in 16 EPL appearances.

3. Raheem Sterling

Weekly Earnings: £300,000

A winger and attacking midfielder for Manchester City and England, Raheem Sterling came to Man City from Liverpool in 2015 for £49 million, at the time the highest transfer fee ever paid for an English player. He's played for England in two World Cups and one UEFA Euro tournament.

The 2019-20 season was Sterling's best. He potted 20 goals in the EPL and 31 across all competitions. He's won an FA Cup and two EPL titles with City.

2. Kevin De Bruyne;

Weekly Earnings: £320,833

A stellar midfielder for Manchester City and Belgium, Kevin De Bruyne has won two EPL titles, an FA Cup and four League Cup titles playing for the Citizens. It's De Bruyne's ability as a playmaker that leaves him to stand head and shoulders above much of the talent in the EPL.

He tied the EPL record with 20 assists in 2019-20, becoming the first player to register 20 assists in two of Europe's top five leagues. De Bruyne was awarded Premier League Player of the Season after a 13-goal, 20-assist campaign. He created 104 chances from open play, the most by any play in any of Europe';s top five leagues since 2006.

1. David De Gea


Weekly Earnings £375,000

Manchester United's Spanish international goalkeeper is the highest-earning player in the EPL. David De Gea signed a four-year contract extension with the club prior to the 2019-20 season. He's made more than 400 appearances for Man United and set an EPL record this season by posting his 113th clean sheet.

De Gea, 29, struggled through an error-prone season, leading some to question where his time as the club's No. 1 goalkeeping choice is nearing an end.