Premier League Clubs Wage Bills in 2020


Premier League teams spend big money on players in transfer window. Recently a report revealed the total wages of Premier league clubs. According to which Manchester United leads the list with annual wage bill with (£332 million). Even with this high wage bill Manchester United facing difficult to reach top 4.

Liverpool hold’s 2nd position with wage bill of (£264 million). Club bring new players to maintain the squad and challenge for EPL title in 2020. Third highest and most expensive wage bill (Manchester City) reported by The Sun UK. Man City paying £260 million in wages.

Premier League Teams Wage Bills (2020) Staff Budget
Clubs Total Wage Bill’s
Manchester United £332 million
Liverpool £264 million
Manchester City £260 million
Chelsea £244 million
Arsenal £223 million
Tottenham £148 million
Everton £89.5 million
Leicester City £72.62 million
Crystal Palace £66.8 million
Southampton £60 million
West Ham United £57.46 million
Watford £45.91 million
Burnley £41.70 million
Bournemouth £40.44 million
Newcastle United £37.96 million
Brighton £36.21 million
Wolves £32.65 million
Aston Villa £23.8 million
Norwich City £13.8 million
Sheffield United £13.1 million

In the above table you can see the wage bills of All premier league clubs 2019-20. Manchester United paying highest money to Chile center forward Alexis Sanchez (£510,000) weekly wage. Recently Man Utd sent him on loan deal to Inter Milan. Club also sold Lakaku to inter Milan to lower the year wage bill. See how much Manchester United paying salaries to the player 2019-20 season (Link)

Sheffield United got the lowest wage bill in premier league. Club managed the staff salaries inbetween (£13.1 million) a year. Even with this small budget wage they managed to maintain their position in top 10 of premier league.

Norwich City got 2nd lowest wage bill after (Sheffield United). Club is currently facing relegation problems with 12 points and only 21 games left. Teemu Pukki highest paid player in the squad. All details of premier league club wage bills taken from trusted sources such as (Mirror UK, Football Fancast, BBC, Forbes Magazine, Soccer Blogger, and TSM Sports).


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