Real Madrid are one of the wealthiest football clubs across Europe and they have several high profile players on their roster.
The Spanish giants have signed some world-class players for big money in recent seasons and these players are on considerable wages.
Players like Gareth Bale and Eden Hazard are some of the top earners in the footballing world and their performances are often scrutinised more than most because of the money the club spends on them.
Here at Sportslens, we look at Real Madrid’s wage bill.
The Spanish giants currently have 25 players on their roster and their combined wage bill is reportedly £242,450,000 per year and £4,662,500 per week.
Real Madrid Weekly Wages
25. Andriy Lunin – £6,500-per-week
24. Jesús Vallejo – £33,000-per-week
23. Lucas Vázquez – £105,000-per-week
22. Mariano – £105,000-per-week
21. Marco Asensio – £117,000-per-week
20. Dani Ceballos – £128,000-per-week
19. Nacho – £132,000-per-week
18. Rodrygo – £132,000-per-week
17. Federico Valverde – £133,000-per-week
16. Eduardo Camavinga – £133,000-per-week
15. Luka Jović – £152,000-per-week
14. Dani Carvajal – £152,000-per-week
13. Éder Militão – £152,000-per-week
12. Ferland Mendy – £152,000-per-week
=10. Vinícius Júnior – £184,000-per-week
=10. Casemiro – £184,000-per-week
9. Isco – £211,000-per-week
8. Marcelo – £249,000-per-week
7. Thibaut Courtois – £253,000-per-week
=5. Karim Benzema – £275,000-per-week
=5. Luka Modrić – £275,000-per-week
4. Toni Kroos – £307,000-per-week
3. David Alaba – £359,000-per-week
2. Eden Hazard – £381,000-per-week
- Gareth Bale – £528,000-per-week
Real Madrid Highest Earner
After Cristiano Ronaldo’s departure, Gareth Bale has emerged as the highest-earning player at Real Madrid.
The Welshman earns a whopping £528,000-per-week despite failing to establish himself as a regular starter under Carlo Ancelotti.
The winger has been heavily criticised by the media and the Real Madrid fans for his desire to remain at the club despite being unwanted. He was recently labelled as a ‘parasite’ as well.
However, Bale’s time at Real Madrid is coming to an end and his contract is due to expire at the end of June. It is certain that the player will move on at the end of this season and it remains to be seen where he ends up.
The 32-year-old has played just seven matches across all competitions for Real Madrid so far this season.
Data courtesy: Salarysport, Capology