LaLiga’s collective agreement offers better conditions in all areas of football every year. The younger players are the ones who have benefited the most, in this sense, since the minimum sun is subjected, both in First and Second Division. Who are the players with the highest salaries in the Spanish League 2023 and that is sold live in Star Plus?
In Liga Santander there is a single minimum of 155,000 euros per year, which is equivalent to 14 singles of 11,000 euros per month. An amount he estimated in 2016, but increased every year according to the CPI (Consumer Price Index). In the Smartbank League there is a minimum salary of 77,500 euros per year, which gives rise to 5,535 euros per month for the same number to be paid. As in the First Division, the figure increases annually based on the CPI.
The highest salaries in the Spanish League 2023
But the children are the most important teams in Spanish football in terms of numbers. For example, Real Madrid, current champion of European football, and which has an annual salary of 283,076,913 euros. Among the best paid footballers are: Eden Hazard: €22,981,928, David Alaba: €21,654,880, Toni Kroos: €18,518,240, Luka Modric: €16,588,000 and Karim Benzema: €16,588,000 these, 16,588. €00 per year.
The other so-called big team, Barcelona, has a lower wage bill than the Merengue, since it amounts to €181,949,248 per year. The player with the highest income in the team is Robert Lewandowski, who earns €345,680 a week, that is €17,975,360 a year. He is followed by Frenkie de Jong: €13,994,240, Ousmane Dembélé: €12,003,680, Sergio Busquets: €12,003,680, Raphinha: €12,003,68 and Ansu Fati €12,003,680 per year.
Finally, the one that closes the podium among the teams at the top in terms of salary in Spanish football, is Cholo Simeone’s Atlético de Madrid. Who leads the list of highest salaries is Koke with €15,631,412, closely followed by Jan Oblak €15,098,523 while in third place is the Frenchman Antoine Griezmann €13,677,485.31.
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