5 Highest Paid African Footballers In Premier League
- Over the years, the Premier League has been blessed with an array of African stars. When these players get the opportunity to play, they always give it their best shot and help their clubs win matches, and compete for titles.
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However, EKO HOT BLOG has compiled a list of the league’s top five highest-paid players.
5. Naby Keita: £6.4 million annually
In the five-year contract he signed with Liverpool Football Club in 2018, the Guinean received £120,000 per week.
4. Wilfried Zaha: £6.76 million annually
The Crystal Palace player from Ivory Coast is among the top five highest-paid African footballers. Since joining the Premier League club, Zaha has played a crucial role in his club. Every year, he receives £130 million.
3. Nicolas Pepe: £7.28 million annually
The Ivory Coast-born Arsenal midfielder is the Premier League’s third-highest-paid African player. People make £140,000 each week and £7.28 million annually. In 2018, he moved to Arsenal for a club-record sum from Liile.
2. Thomas Partey: £10.4 million annually
The Black Stars midfielder is the second highest-paid African player in the Premier League, thanks to his work with Arsenal. For £45 million, Arsenal acquired Partey from Atletico Madrid. The midfielder is paid £10.4 million per year and makes £200,000 per week.
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1. Mohamed Salah: £10.4 million annually
The Egyptian King, as he is known, is a Liverpool FC player. Salah, who is in the final six months of his deal, makes £200,000 per week and £10.4 million, and if his contract is renewed, he is likely to earn even more.
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