Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale extended their contracts at Real Madrid towards the end of 2016, so here is an updated overview of the wages earned by the Los Blancos squad.
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The Portuguese signed his new contract in November, while Bale put pen to paper on a new deal in October.
Ronaldo's new deal confirmed him as the club's record earner as he now reportedly pockets £365 000 per week after tax, as reported by the Daily Express.
Bale is just £15 000 short of the Portuguese, receiving £350 000, which is almost double as much as the club's third highest earner, Luka Modric, with £180 000.
Captain Sergio Ramos and Toni Kroos follow with £160 000 and £156 000, respectively, ahead of Karim Benzema with £150 000 and James Rodriguez, who apparently nets £120 000 weekly.
Pepe, whose contract expires at the end of the season, reportedly sits on £110 000, while Raphael Varane, Marcelo, Alvaro Morata and Fabio Coentrao follow on £80 000.
Isco, Danilo, Mateo Kovacic and Nacho all receive £60 000 a week, slightly more than first choice goalkeeper Keylor Navas, who pockets £55 000.
Casemiro, with £45 000, and Dani Carvajal, with £35 000, seem underpaid given their importance for the club this season, while Lucas Vazquez takes £30 000 home.
Kiko Casilla, with £25 000, receives more than double the wages of breakthrough star Marco Asensio, who is reportedly on wages of £10 000.
Youngsters Mariano Diaz, with £5 000, and Ruben Yanez, with £4 000, complete the Madrid squad.
Note: Wages are per week.
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