Liverpool players wages reveal Sadio Mane is earning half of Mohammed Salah salary

Money is not everything, and when you are already earning upwards of $100k per month, money only becomes a symbol of appreciation of what you do.

Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane are definitely some of the best footballers on the planet, and who is contributing more to the team is a subject of debate among fans. But according to Liverpool’s estimation, Salah is worth twice as much as his teammate, The Sun reports.

The Egyptian is paid £200,000-a-week wage, which dwarfs Mane’s £100,000-a-week.

Maybe Salah has earned his salary, The Egyptian has topped the club’s goalscoring charts in each of his three seasons at the club.

He is again leading the race, but Mane has certainly done his fair share of contributing.

Some have tried to explain why Mo Salah is earning way more saying it’s because the Egyptian superstar has been linked with moves to Barcelona and Real Madrid having refused to rule out a switch to the European giants.

Others who earn more money at Liverpool than Mane include Roberto Firmino who earns £180,000.

Virgil van Dijk’s importance has been underlined by his absence this season and he is the club’s joint third-highest earner on £180,000-a-week.

Summer signing Thiago is just below Salah with his £192,308 weekly salary.

Club captain Jordan Henderson earns £140,000-a-week, as does James Milner.

Midfield pair Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Naby Keita both pocket £120,000-a-week.

Liverpool players’ weekly salaries

Salah – £200,000k

Thiago – £192,308k

Firmino – £180,000k

Van Dijk – £180,000k

Henderson – £140,000k

Milner – £140,000k

Keita – £120,000k

Oxlade-Chamberlain  – £120,000k

Mane – £100,000k

Matip – £100,000k

Fabinho – £100,000k

Jota – £90,385k

Alisson – £90,000k

Shaqiri – £80,000k

Wijnaldum – £75,000k

Phillips – £64,615k

Tsimikas – £60,000k

Robertson – £50,000k

Origi – £40,000k

Alexander-Arnold – £40,000k

Adrian – £30,769k

Gomez – £28,000k

Kelleher – £15,385k

Woodburn – £12,000k

Grabara – £7,692k

Williams – £7,692k

Jones – £6,731k


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