The lowest paid players in the Premier League 2023/24

The lowest paid players in the Premier League

In England, not every football player in the Premier League earns millions. Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne takes home £400,000 per week, but there are players who earn significantly less. Here are the 10 lowest-paid players in the Premier League for the 2023-24 season, highlighting their weekly earnings:

  1. Alex Mighten (Nottingham Forest): £3,462 per week
  2. Rhys Norrington-Davies (Sheffield United): £4,000 per week
  3. Jordan Clark (Luton Town): £5,000 per week
  4. James Shea (Luton Town): £7,500 per week
  5. Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu (Luton Town): £7,500 per week
  6. Kourtney Hause (Aston Villa): £8,077 per week
  7. Loris Karius (Newcastle United): £10,000 per week
  8. George Baldock (Sheffield United): £10,000 per week
  9. Tommy Doyle (Manchester City, on loan at Wolves): £10,000 per week
  10. Max Lowe (Sheffield United): £10,000 per week

These players still earn more than the average UK person, with the median annual earnings in the United Kingdom being approximately £34,963 or £672 per week. Despite their lower earnings compared to other Premier League players, they are still well-compensated in the context of the general population.
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