Manchester United Centre Foward Cristiano Ronaldo is the highest paid player in the English Premier League. He rejoined Manchester United in the 2021 summer transfer window. Manchester United is currently the club with the highest player wages. The Red Devils spend £227 Million Annualy in paying their players.
Cristiano Ronaldo earns a weekly salary of £480,000. Which is an annual salary of £24.96 Million. With this salary, he earns more than three English Premier League clubs spend in paying their players. If were to arrange him in the list of English Premier League annual player wages paid by clubs then he would come in position 18.
His annual Salary is more than the amount Norwich City, Leeds United and Brentford each spend in paying their various players. Norwich City spend £24.24 Million annualy in paying their 31 man squad. Leeds United spend £18 million per year in paying their players while Brentford spend £13 Million per year.
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