Premier League Club's Wage Bills In 2021-22 Season (Revealed)

Premier League Club's Wage Bills In 2021-22 Season (Revealed)

The Premier League clubs spend an average of £55,000 on each player. We look at the salary bills of all 20 clubs in England’s top flight for the 2020-21 season. In the 2021-22 season 5, premier league clubs make the top 10 teams with the highest wage bill in Europe. On average Premier League clubs spend around £55,000 a week per player. We take a look at all 20 clubs in England’s top flight football and their wage bills for the 2020-21 season.

Manchester City now has the highest wage bill in the premier league yet again with them reaching record of £225m a year in player wages while Manchester United also had their wage bill increased from £203m last year to club record £220.8m.

Premier League Clubs Wage Bills for 2021-22 Season

Manchester City’s Pep Guardiola is the Premier League’s highest-paid football manager who earns yearly £18 million. It is right that huge spending does not always guarantee success, but sometimes it does, and Liverpool showed how to execute it. Here is the list of all Premier League clubs wage bills.

NO#CLUBWage Bill 2020-21
1Manchester City£220m
2Manchester United£214.8m
8Leicester City£86.2m
9West Ham£79.8m
12Crystal Palace£63.3m
13Newcastle United£63m
14Aston Villa£55.7m
18West Brom£45.6m
16Leeds United£31.4m
20Sheffield United£28.6m