Atletico Madrid Players Salary 2022-23

Atletico Madrid is a Spanish professional football club based in Madrid. Their home ground is called the Wanda Metropolitano which holds 68,000 spectators. Atlético’s home kit is red and white vertical striped shirts, blue shorts, and blue and red socks. This combination has been used since 1911. Throughout its history, the club has been known by a number of nicknames. In terms of league titles won, Atlético Madrid are the third most successful club in Spanish football, behind Real Madrid and Barcelona. Atlético has won La Liga on 10 occasions, including a league and cup double in 1996.

Atletico Madrid Players SalaryUnlike Real Madrid and Barcelona, Atletico Madrid’s wage bill is considerably lower but the performance levels have been at similar levels to the big two. The club co-owned the Indian Super League (ISL) franchise in Kolkata, formerly named Atlético de Kolkata, which won the competition twice, but in 2017 Atlético decided to end its franchise partnership with the ISL club due to broken commitments. Atlético also co-owns Liga MX club Atlético San Luis, and the Canadian Premier League side Atlético Ottawa.

Domestically, Atletico has won La Liga 10 times and been Runners-up 10 times. Been Copa del Rey winners 10 times and runners up 9 times. they won the European Cup in 1962, were runners-up in 1963 and 1986, were UEFA Champions League runners-up in 1974, 2014 and 2016

Here’s the list is given:

Atletico Madrid Player Salary 2022-23

Players  Weekly Wage Annual Salary Age Contract
Jan Oblak (GK) €360,000 €18 million 27 2023
Saúl Ñíguez (MID) €300,000 €14.4 million 25 2026
Koke (MID) €285,000 €13.6 million 28 2024
João Félix (MID) €150,000 €7.2 million 20 2026
Yannick Carrasco (CF) (new signing) €150,000 €7.2 million 27 2024
Luis Suárez (CF) €125,000 €6 million 33 2022
Alvaro Morata (MID) €125,000 €6 million 27 2024
Diego Costa (CF) €120,000 €5.76 million 31 2022
José Giménez (DEF) €120,000 €5.76 million 25 2023
Thomas (MID) €100,000 €4.8 million 27 2023
Thomas Lemar (MID) €100,000 €4.8 million 24 2023
Stefan Savic (DEF) €85,000 €4.08 million 29 2022
Kieran Trippier (DEF) €85,000 €4.08 million 30 2022
Sime Vrsaljko (DEF) €84,000 €4.32 million 28 2022
Ángel Correa (MID) €84,000 €4.32 million 25 2024
Ivan Saponjic (CF) €84,000 €4.32 million 23 2022
Marcos Llorente (MID) €75,000 €3.6 million 25 2024
Renan Lodi (DEF) €70,000 €3.36 million 22 2025
Mario Hermoso (DEF) €70,000 €3.36 million 25 2024
Felipe (DEF) €60,000 €2.88 million 31 2022
Vitolo (DEF) €60,000 €2.88 million 30 2022
Héctor Herrera (MID) €60,000 €2.88 million 30 2023
Nikola Kalinic €50,000 €2.4 million 32 2021
Miguel San Román (GK) €30,000 €1.44 million 23 2023
Ivo Grbic (GK) €30,000 €1.44 million 24 2023
Reserve Squad
Manu Sánchez €35,000 €1.5 million 20 2025
Nehuén Pérez €35,000 €1.5 million 20 2024
Sergio Camello €10,000 €480,000 19 2024
Victor Mollejo €10,000 €480,000 19 2024

Goalkeeping star Jan Oblak is one of the only players to earn higher than his Real counterpart. He earns £360,000 weekly and €18 million annually. It’s such a huge amount for the Slovenian goalkeeper. Players like Jan Oblak, Koke, Diego Costa, Joao Felix and Saul Niguez are among the top five Atletico Madrid Players earning decent weekly wages.

There is constant news around the Spanish club. Today, they are challenging against some of the world’s biggest clubs. If we look at Atletico’s payroll, they do not pay some of the highest in Europe. However, the bonus system allows the players to reach high wages quickly.

We can see news of player transfer on Atletico Madrid 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 Athletico Madrid 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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