Arsenal Players Salary 2022

Arsenal was the first club from the South of England to join The Football League, in 1893. Based in Islington, London, England, the Arsenal football club is one of the best teams that play in the Premier League, the top flight of English football. Arsenal is one of the highest-paying teams in the world, shelling out massive figures to keep some of the finest stars in football. Since their establishment, the club has grown to become one of the most recognizable football clubs in the world.

Arsenal Players SalaryHighest paid Arsenal player was Mesut Ozil. He was the most paid Arsenal player ever. He became Arsenal’s highest-paid player in the Gunners’ history after he signed a contract extension for Arsenal until 2021 worth a mammoth £350,000 per week but he has terminated his deal and left for Fenerbahce. That makes Tomas Partey is the current highest-paid player in Arsenal. He signed a 5 year / £52,000,000 contract with the Arsenal F.C with a weekly salary of £200,000.  

Arsenal performance in champions league over the present and the past 4 seasons we have seen their downfall to a few step placing them below the top-richest club ranking. 

Here is a list of Arsenal F.C. player salary given. Looking at the Arsenal players salaries, the club seems to have taken on the initiative to pay even more to their footballers.

Arsenal Players Salary 2022

PLAYERS/POS. AGE WEEKLY SALARY ANNUAL SALARY Contract
Thomas Partey (M) 27 £200,000 £10,400,000 2025
Alexandre Lacazette (F) 29 £182,063 £9,467,273 2022
Nicolas Pepe (F) 25 £140,000 £7,280,000 2024
Ben White (D) 23 £120,000 £6,240,000 2026
Kieran Tierney (D) 23 £110,000 £5,720,000 2026
Bernd Leno (GK) 28 £100,000 £5,200,000 2023
Granit Xhaka (M) 28 £100,000 £5,200,000 2024
Gabriel Martinelli (F) 19 £90,000 £4,680,000 2023
Cedric Soares (D) 29 £75,000 £3,900,000 2024
Mohamed Elneny (M) 28 £52,500 £2,730,000 2022
Gabriel Magalhães (D) 24 £50,000 £2,600,000 2025
Edward Nketiah (F) 21 £45,000 £2,340,000 2022
Rob Holding (D) 25 £40,000 £2,080,000 2025
Bukayo Saka (F) 19 £30,000 £1,560,000 2024
Nuno Tavares (D) 21 £27,000 £1,404,000 2026
Emile Smith Rowe (M) 20 £20,000 £1,040,000 2026
Albert Sambi Lokonga (M) 21 2026
Arthur Okonkwo (GK) 19 2024
Aaron Ramsdale (GK) 22 2026
Takehiro Tomiyasu (D) 22 2026
Martin Ødegaard (M) 22 2025

Loaned Out

  • Hector Bellerin (D)
  • Pablo Mari (D)
  • Lucas Torreira(M)
  • Ainsley Maitland-Niles (M)
  • Reiss Nelson (M)
  • Matteo Guendouzi (M)
  • Runar Alex Runarsson (GK)
  • William Saliba (D)
  • Konstantinos Mavropansos (D)
  • Auston Trusty (D)

Arsenal’s fanbase is the fifth largest in the world. In 2018, Forbes estimated the club was the third most valuable in England, being worth US$2.24 billion. Their exclusion from the Champions League over the present and the past 4 seasons have seen them drop a few stands below in the top-richest club rankings in football. However, they are still a formidable force with the financial backup to sign the biggest names.

We can see news of player transfer on Arsenal all the time. It’s no coincidence that it’s always talked about as it is one of the best football clubs in the world. They earn a nice sum so they don’t hesitate to spend a big amount on players. There are usually several sites with Arsenal transfer rumors on the internet and in the newspapers. These rumors usually make fake news and give wrong information to the fans.

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