FC Bayern Munich Players Salary 2022-23

Based in Munich, Bavaria, FC Bayern München is a German professional sports club. It is best known for its professional football team. They play in the Bundesliga, the top tier of the German football league system. Bayern Munich is the largest sports club in Germany and the fourth highest-earning football club in the world, generating €660.1 million in 2020. Bayern has won 30 national titles, including eight consecutively and 20 national cups, along with numerous European honours.

Bayern Munich Players SalaryBayern has fan clubs and supporters all over Germany. In 2018 the Bayern board reported that the club had 291,000 official members and there are 4,433 officially-registered fan clubs with over 390,000 members. Bayern is the fifth-most popular football club in Europe and the most popular football club in Germany. Bayern is an exception in professional football, having generated profits for 27 consecutive years.

Here’s a list of the Bayern Munich players wages and contract details for the 2020-21 season. We also added the contract expiry time-limit along with the annual and weekly wages. Check out the salary list here:

FC Bayern Munich Players Salaries 2022-23

Players POS. Age Weekly Salary Annual salary Contract till
Robert Lewandowski FW 32 €417,000 €20 million 2023
Thomas Müller MID 31 €333,500 €16 million  2023
Jérôme Boateng DEF 32 €250,000 €12 million 2021
Niklas Süle DEF 25 €208,500 €10 million 2022
David Alaba MID 28 €208,500 €10 million 2021
Kingsley Coman MID 24 €208,500 €10 million 2023
Joshua Kimmich MID 26 €167,000 €8 million 2023
Leroy Sané MID 25 €167,000 €8 million 2025
Lucas Hernández MID 25 €135,000 €6.5 million 2024
Leon Goretzka MID 26 €135,000 €6.5 million 2022
Serge Gnabry FW 25 €105,200 €5.5 million 2023
Bouna Sarr DEF 29 €110,000 €5.2 million 2024
Alphonso Davies MID 20 €110,000 €5.2 million 2025
Corentin Tolisso MID 27 €108,500 €5.25 million 2022
Manuel Neuer GK 34 €230,700 €11.9 million 2023
Benjamin Pavard DEF 24 €105,000 €5 million  2024
Marc Roca MID 23 €90,000 €4.95 million 2025
Mickaël Cuisance MID 21 €85,000 €4.2 million 2021
Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting MID 31 €85,000 €4.2 million  2021
Nianzou Kouassi MID 18 €83,500 €4 million 2024
Adrian Fein (Loaned Out) MID 21 €65,000 €3.12 million  2021
Douglas Costa MID 30 €50,000 €2.4 million 2021
Sven Ulreich GK 32 €31,250 €1.5 million 2023
Joshua Zirkzee FW 19 €31,000 €1.5 million 2021
Alexander Nübe GK 23 €25,000 €1.2 million 2025
Ron-Thorben Hoffmann GK 21 €10,500 €500,000 2021
Reserve Squad
Chris Richards (Loaned Out) DEF 20 €10,000 €1.1 million 2021
Jamal Musiala MID 18 €5,000 €240,000 2022
Fiete Arp FW 17 €5,000 €240,000 2024

Robert Lewandowski Bayern Munich’s prolific marksman blasted 55 goals in all competitions last season. Lewandowski recently signed a contract extension that will keep him at the club till the end of the 2022-23 season. He bags a whooping €417,000 as a weekly salary and €20 million annually. He is the best-paid player on the team. Following him, the 2nd best-paid player is Thomas Müller. He earns €333,500 per week and €16 million annually.

Thomas Müller, David Alaba, Joshua Kimmich and Robert Lewandowski recently extended their contract and their annual salary increased with their new contract agreement with the club. Not only players get salaries but also they receive many bonuses according to their performance in the match. If there’s any transfer happens in the future we will update along with all the facts.

The data about contracts are up to date and confirmed with F.C Bayern Munich’s official player database but the weekly wage figures can not be 100% accurate because no club discloses this information to media or to fans. We can see news of player transfer on Bayern 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 Bayern 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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