Liverpool wage bill in Premier League 2017-18 exceeds £208 million and with those figures Liverpool jumped to 3rd place in the list of Football clubs with highest wage bills and it amazed many people. Opposite to last season Liverpool has made around £302 million revenue in current season after making some massive transfer windows of the world which includes record signings with Van Daijik back in January 2018 followed by other huge spending made on Alisson, Naby Keita, Fabinho and Xherdan Shaqiri who all joined costing the club around £163 million in current summer 2020-21. Now take a in-depth look at whole Liverpool players contracts and salaries.
Liverpool Transfers 2022
Opposite to previous seasons, Liverpool has spent massive amount in running summer and also in winter 2018 transfer window. After the departure of Coutinho, Liverpool has spend huge money on different players like Oxlade Chamberlain (£40m), Van Dijk (£75m) and Andrew Robertson signing where were followed by £163 million spending in summer 2018 while bringing of different footballers line Allison (£56.2m), Naby Keita (£54m), Fabinho (£40.5m) and Xherdan Shaqiri (£13.23m).
The new signings of Liverpool in summer 2018 helps them to extend their wage bill equal to the levels of both Manchester Clubs and also help them to become strong title claimant for the upcoming Premier League 2018-19 season. After massive spending, Klopp will be under some pressure in case if his team still fails to perform according to the expectations at the end of the season.
Liverpool Players contracts and salaries.
|PLAYER||AGE||WEEKLY WAGE||CONTRACT LEFT|
Alisson (New Signing)
|25||£120,000||6 Years (2024)|
||29||£60,000||3 Years (2021)|
||25||£25,000||3 Years (2021)|
|Virgil Van Dijk
||27||£150,000||5 Years (2023)|
||26||£70,000||2 Years (2020)|
|Dejan Lovren||29||£90,000||3 Years (2021)|
|Ragnar Klavan||32||£55,000||1 Years (2019)|
|Joe Gomez||21||£30,000||4 Years (2022)|
||24||£50,000||3 Years (2021)|
||26||£40,000||Last Year (2019)|
|27||£70,000||2 Years (2020)|
Trent Alexander-Arnold (New Deal)
|19||£50,000||3 Years (2021)|
Fabinho (New Signing)
|24||£100,000||5 Years (2023)|
|Georginio Wijnaldum||27||£90,000||3 Years (2021)|
|Jordan Henderson||28||£100,000||2 Years (2020)|
|James Milner||32||£120,000||Last Year (2019)|
|Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain||24||£90,000||4 Years (2022)|
|Naby Keïta (New Signing)||23||£120,000||5 Years (2023)|
|Adam Lallana||30||£65,000||2 Years (2020)|
|Sadio Mané||26||£90,000||3 Years (2021)|
|Mohamed Salah (New Deal)||25||£200,000||5 Years (2023)|
|Xherdan Shaqiri (New Signing)||26||£90,000||5 Years (2023)|
|Roberto Firmino (New Deal)||26||£180,000||5 Years (2023)|
|Daniel Sturridge||28||£120,000||Last Year (2019)|
|Danny Ings||26||£60,000||2 Years (2020)|
|Dominic Solanki||20||£25,000||4 Years (2022)|
Liverpool Financial Details 2020-21
Liverpool is owned by Fenway Sports Group whereas John W Henry is the principal shareholder of this FC. After FSG puts money in the club their current loans increased to £129.9 m from £60m which major part of this loan is utilized on stadium expansion. The overall loan of Liverpool is £165 million with includes 55m bank loan and £110m FSG loan.
Liverpool has earned £302m from annual revenue as shown in the accounts of this club and this revenue includes Gate and matchday income £62m, TV money 1 £24m and commercial earnings £116m. It is expected that these figures will increase in current 2020-21 season as Liverpool has signed more sponsorship contracts and also qualified for the Champions League