Chelsea's top earners have been revealed by The Sun, as the players at the top are not the ones with the highest returns. The Blues are now ahead to finish forth in the league this season. They fell when they lost to Leicester as they were defeated in a one nil goal at Wembley Stadium.
Kai Havertz is eyeing a watering £310,000 per week as Timo Werner grabs £210,000 per week. Both the Germans have struggled to get paid this season and live to their price tag. Timo Werner has missed some good chances this season, Havertz has been shaky in his own right.
The former Leverkusen player had a coronavirus case soon after shortly joining the club which made it difficult for him to adjust. Things are now at state of change as he has been seen having ability according to his wage but those need to be consistent now.
Ben Chillwel is next on the list earning £190,000 per week. He was signed from leicester as a left back when deployed and the second chance goalkeeper Kepa earns £150,000 a week same as Maestro Ng'olo Kante.
The wide duo is next on the list as the American, Christian Pulisic earns £145,000 same Hudson Odoi.
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