Premier League outfit Arsenal are known for running a tight ship when it comes to spending money on transfers and wages. Here is what the English giants are apparently paying the like of Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil.
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The Chile and the Germany international, who are in the final year of their current contracts, are said to be the club’s top earners, pocketing £140 000 (R2.54 million) per week.
Arsenal’s new signing Sead Kolasinac is the second highest paid player at the club on £119 500 (R2.16 million). The wing-back, who made it into the Bundesliga Team of The Year last season, arrived in London on a free at the start of this campaign.
Goalkeeper Petr Cech, defender Hector Bellerin, midfielder Aaron Ramsey, winger Theo Walcott, striker Olivier Giroud and club-record signing Alexandre Lacazette are in third and said to be earning £100 000 (R1.81 million) per week.
The fourth highest paid players in the squad are Santi Cazorla, Granit Xhaka, Jack Wilshere and Shkodran Mustafi. The four are said to be earning £90 000 (R1.63 million), while in fifth is club captain Laurent Koscielny, who is on £75 000 (R1.36 million) weekly.
Germany international Per Mertesacker, France defender Mathieu Debuchy and England star Danny Welbeck are in sixth place earning £70 000 (R1.27 million), while in seventh we will find the Spaniard Nacho Monreal, who is making £65 000 (R1.18 million) per week.
In eighth, is the Gunners defensive midfielders Francis Coquelin and Mohamed Elneny, who are both said to be earning £60 000 (R1.04 million) per week.
Colombian goalkeeper David Ospina find himself in ninth place earning £40 000 (R726 000) per week, while in tenth we see Nigerian superstar Alex Iwobi, who is currently getting a weekly wage of £30 000 (R544 000).
Calum Chambers and Rob Holding are in eleventh place, and they are said to be getting £20 000 (R363 00) per week.
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