Full list of Premier League 2022-23 wage bills and players salaries by teams

Full list of Premier League 2022-23 wage bills and players salaries by teams

Arsenal are currently getting the best value of their wage bill, as they currently top the Premier League table with an annual wage bill just under £100 million, check out the wage bills of other clubs in the 2022-23 season

The Gunners currently sit atop the Premier League table with five points clear of the defending champions, Manchester City.

Full list of Premier League 2022-23 wage bills and players salaries by teams list

Besides, topping the table, Mikel Arteta’s side have a wage bill less than half of Chelsea and Manchester United who are currently placed at 10th and 3rd respectively.

Arsenal’s shockingly low wage bill

Arsenal are at present the team to beat as they are in fine form and atop the Premier League table. Moreover, what makes things more impressive is their significantly smaller wage budget compared to the other traditional “Big Six” teams.

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Arsenal have the smallest wage bill out of any of the traditional “Big Six” teams as the league leaders pay their players a total of just under £98million each year. This is in big contrast to other teams like Chelsea who have the largest wage bill worth £212m.

Ever since Todd Boehly acquired the club, they have been on a £600m spending spree over the last nine months. This has seen them edge past Man Utd in the wage bill standings. The Red Devils currently shell out around £211m in wage bills and come behind Chelsea at the second spot.

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Meanwhile, the other big six teams follow up with Man City at £182m, Liverpool at £158m and Tottenham at £110m. Following which, Arsenal comes behind as the first club to limit their wage bill under the £100m mark.

Premier League wage bills outside the big six

Aside from the big six teams, the biggest budgets comes from Aston Villa, Everton, West Ham and Newcastle. All these clubs range between the £76m and £90m mark. Meanwhile, the other clubs that follow up are Leicester, Crystal Palace, Nottingham Forest, Fulham, Wolves, and Southampton.

Meanwhile, there are clubs like Leeds, Bournemouth, and seventh-place Brighton who spend just around £35m on their annual wage bill.

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However, the least amount goes to Brentford who surprisingly spend only around £30m per year on wage bills. However, despite their low financial weight, they sit eighth in the Premier League table, which is nothing to be ashamed of.

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