Brighton & Hove Albion Players Salaries and Weekly Wages 2023/24

Brighton & Hove Albion Players Salaries and Weekly Wages 2023/24

Brighton & Hove Albion Players Salaries 2023? Which Brighton & Hove Albion players are the highest paid? Well, if you have then worry not because we have prepared a list of the Brighton & Hove Albion Players Salaries 2023/24 (Weekly Wages) and the full details about Brighton & Hove Albion players contracts.

 Welcome to the comprehensive breakdown of Brighton & Hove Albion Players Salaries for the year 2023/2024! Ever wondered which players at Brighton & Hove Albion are the highest earners? Your curiosity ends here, as we present you with a detailed list of player salaries, including weekly wages and contract specifics. But first, let's delve into the background of Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club, a Premier League team situated on the picturesque south coast of England. Having secured promotion to the Premier League in 2017, the club is currently embarking on its third season in the top-flight division, following an impressive runner-up finish in the 2016/17 Championship season.

Brighton & Hove Albion Information 2023/24
Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club’s nicknames are The Seagulls and that’s because they have a Seagull in their badge. They have this because they are based on the South-Coast of England by the Seaside.

The traditional rivals of Brighton and Hove Albion are listed are fellow Premier League side Crystal Palace. Compared to their rivals, they are on a level playing field as they are both in the same division.

Watford’s home ground is known as The Amex Stadium. The stadium opened in 2011 so it is relatively new. It has a capacity of 30,750 and that is a good amount for a Premier League side. They almost sold out their entire ground in their opening fixture of the 2017/18 season vs Manchester City.

In the summer of 2023, Brighton & Hove Albion made some interesting signings, spending £90.80m. They signed centre-forward Joao Pedro from Watford. Along with James Milner, a centre-midfielder from Liverpool on a free transfer.

This summer their spending has gone up as they have signed a couple of smart players!

Brighton & Hove Albion salary for new players and signings – arrivals 2023/24

Players Age Club Transfer sum
João Pedro 21 Watford €34.20m
Carlos Baleba 19 LOSC Lille €27.00m
Bart Verbruggen 20 RSC Anderlecht €20.00m
Igor 25 Fiorentina €17.00m
Adrian Mazilu 18 FCV Farul €3.00m
Mahmoud Dahoud 27 Bor. Dortmund free transfer
James Milner 37 Liverpool free transfer
Ansu Fati 20 Barcelona loan transfer

Brighton & Hove Albion Players Salaries – highest-paid player 2023 

Who is the highest paid Brighton & Hove Albion Player? Brighton and Hove Albion have kept their wage payouts quite low, but as a big signing, their record earner is Adam Lallana who earns £90,000 per week. Brighton & Hove Albion FC Players Salaries are fairly low for a Premier League team.
Brighton & Hove Albion Players Salaries 2023/24 (Weekly Wages)
Player Name Age Weekly Wage Yearly Salary
Adam Lallana 35 £90,000 £4,680,000
Lewis Dunk 31 £75,000 £3,900,000
Pascal Groß 31 £60,000 £3,120,000
Adam Webster 28 £55,000 £2,860,000
Danny Welbeck 32 £55,000 £2,860,000
Pervis Estupiñán 25 £50,000 £2,600,000
Solly March 28 £50,000 £2,600,000
Joël Veltman 31 £50,000 £2,600,000
Solly March 28 £40,000 £2,080,000
Igor 25 £45,000 £2,340,000
Tariq Lamptey 22 £35,000 £1,820,000
Andi Zeqiri 25 £25,000 £1,300,000
Aaron Connolly 23 £23,000 £1,200,000
Jeremy Sarmiento 20 £20,000 £1,040,000
Billy Gilmour 21 £20,000 £1,040,000
Jason Steele 32 £20,000 £1,040,000
Evan Ferguson 18 £20,000 £1,040,000
Deniz Undav 26 £20,000 £1,040,000
Steve Alzate 21 £15,000 £780,000
Facundo Buonanotte 18 £15,000 £780,000
Carlos Belaba 19 £12,500 £650,000
Reda Khadra 22 £10,000 £520,000
Kaoru Mitoma 26 £10,000 £520,000
Tom McGill 23 £10,000 £520,000
Jakub Moder 24 £10,000 £520,000
Yasin Ayari 19 £8,000 £16,000
Jan Paul van Hecke 23 £5,000 £260,000
João Pedro 21
Bart Verbruggen 20
Adrian Mazilu 18
Mahmoud Dahoud 27
James Milner 37
Ansu Fati 20


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