Well the performance of FC Bayern Munich has improved after their new coach Pep Guardiola has took the charge two years ago. During the regime of Pep Guardiola, FC Munich has won three tournaments including domestic league, cup and the Champions League while their annual wage bill has also become the highest in German league. The wage bill of FC Bayern Munich during season 2013 was around €150 million but after the arrival of Pep Guardiola their wage bill increased to €180 million. Their new coach has recruit many expensive players in their team and that’s the reason the annual bill of this FC has increased €30 million in just one year.
During 2014 summer window, FC Bayern Munich has spent around €50 million in terms of transfer fee and bring in many high profile players like Xabi Alonso, Medhi Benatia while this FC has also made some free transfers like Lewandowski and Sebastian Rode. Lewandowski is the highest paid athlete in both Bayern squad as well as in Bundesliga. As he is making around €15 million annual salary along with contract and performance based bonuses by Munich.
The spending of Bayern Munich during 2015 season were estimated around €55 million in terms of summer window whereas they signed 4 top notch footballers to dual the strength of their playing squad. The details of recent contracts of FC Bayern Munich are given below.
- Arthur Vidal: €25.90 million
- Douglas Costa: €21 million
- Joshua Kimmich: €5.95 million
- Sven Ulreich: €2.45 million
The official salaries and player contracts of Bayern Munich were leaked few months against and the details of these contracts are given below. It is also possible that the details we are going to share might clash with your sources.
- FC Bayern Munich is currently the most expensive club in Bundesliga.
- The highest paid footballer of this team is Rober Lewandowski who is getting around €5 million plus contract bonus. However Arjan Robben and Frank Ribery are the other expensive athletes of this club.
- Munich also recruit Manuel Neuer in their current squad and he is the most expensive goal keeper in the history of the world.
- As per the policy of Munich each player appeared in this team makes 2 year contract with this club while this contract can be extended based on the performance of the footballer.
|PLAYER||AGE||Weekly Salary||CONTRACT LEFT|
||29||€150,000||4 Years (2019)|
||27||€55,000||3 Years (2018)|
|Tom Starke||34||€10,000||1 Year (2016)|
||20||€2,500||2 Years (2017)|
||26||€90,000||3 Years (2018)|
|Medhi Benatia||28||€90,000||4 Years (2019)|
|Dante||31||€100,000||2 Years (2017)|
|Holger Badstuber||26||€80,000||2 Years (2017)|
|Jan Kirchhoff||24||€55,000||1 Year (2016)|
||23||€90,000||3 Years (2018)|
||22||€65,000||4 Years (2019)|
|Philipp Lahm||31||€160,000||3 Years (2018)|
|Rafinha||29||€75,000||2 Years (2017)|
|Javi Martínez||26||€110,000||2 Years (2017)|
|Sebastian Rode||24||€65,000||3 Years (2018)|
|Xabi Alonso||33||€120,000||1 Year (2016)|
|Joshua Kimmich||20||€1,000||5 Years (2020)|
|Arturo Vidal||28||€150,000||4 Years (2019)|
|Thiago||24||€90,000||2 Years (2017)|
||20||€1,000||3 Years (2018)|
||18||€1,000||3 Years (2018)|
|Mario Götze||23||€140,000||2 Years (2017)|
|Franck Ribéry||32||€160,000||2 Years (2017)|
||19||€1,000||3 Years (2018)|
||20||€10,000||2 Years (2017)|
||31||€160,000||2 Years (2017)|
||24||€100,000||5 Years (2020)|
|25||€150,000||4 Years (2019)|
||26||€160,000||4 Years (2019)|