Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. Players Salaries 2022

Commonly known as Wolves, based in the city of Wolverhampton in the West Midlands, England Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. is a professional association football club which was formed as St. Luke’s F.C. in 1877. Wolves has won the FA Cup four times, most recently in 1960, and finished runners-up on a further four occasions. The club has also won the League Cup twice and finished top of all four divisions in the English professional game.

Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. took part in this season of Premier League and played a total of 31 matches and won 10 of them with drawing in 8 matches and losing in 13 matches they placed as the 12th team in the standing list of Premier League with 38 points.

The average wage of Wolves players two seasons back was around £15,000-£20,000 per week. Now that Wolves are in the Premier League, that will mean most of these players will earn at least £30,000 per week but some will earn even more.

Here’s a list of Wolves players salaries:

Players/Pos. Age Annual Salary Weekly Salary Contract
João Moutinho (M) 34 £5,200,000 £100,000 2022
Rui Patricio (GK) 33 £5,200,000 £100,000 2022
Leander Dendoncker (M) 25 £4,680,000 £90,000 2024
Fabio Silva (F) 18 £4,160,000 £80,000 2025
Nelson Semedo (D) 27 £4,000,000 £76,923 2025
Willy Boly (D) 30 £3,500,000 £67,308 2022
Daniel Podence (M) 25 £3,120,000 £60,000 2024
Pedro Neto (F) 21 £2,600,000 £50,000 2025
Ruben Neves (M) 24 £2,600,000 £50,000 2023
Adama Traore (F) 25 £2,236,000 £43,000 2023
Raul Jimenez (F) 29 £2,144,000 £41,231 2024
Ki-Jana Hoever (D) 19 £2,100,000 £40,385 2025
Jonny Castro (D) 27 £1,907,000 £36,673 2023
Rayan Aït Nouri (D)(On Loan) 19 £1,900,000 £36,538 2022
Fernando Marçal (D) 32 £1,820,000 £35,000 2022
Romain Saiss (M) 31 £1,144,000 £22,000 2022
Conor Coady (D) 28 £858,000 £16,500 2025
John Ruddy (GK) 34 £300,000 £5,769 2022
Morgan Gibbs-White (M) 21 £78,000 £1,500 2023
Vítor Ferreira (M) (On Loan) 21 £95,000 £1,900 2022
Willian José (F) (On Loan) 30 2022
Max Kilman (D) 23 £780,000 £15,000 2025
Jonny Otto (D) 27 2025

Loaned Out

Players/Pos. Age Annual Salary Weekly Salary Contract
Patrick Cutrone (F)  23 £3,272,000 £62,923 2023
Oskar Buur (D)  23 £2,000,000 £38,461 2023
Leo Bonatini (F)  27 £1,820,000 £35,000 2022
Ruben Vinagre (D)  22 £1,560,000 £30,000 2024
Leonardo Campana D)  20 £1,040,000 £20,000 2023
Bruno Jordao (M)  22 2024
Luke Matheson (D)  18 2022
Rafa Mir (F)  23 2022
Connor Ronan (M)  23 2024
Matija Sarkic (GK)  23 2023

Top 3 most Paid Player

João Moutinho

Born on 8 September 1986, João Moutinho is a central midfielder and also operates as a defensive or attacking midfielder and on either flank. He is a Portuguese footballer who plays for Premier League club Wolverhampton Wanderers and the Portugal national team. On 24 July 2018, Moutinho joined the newly-promoted English club Wolverhampton Wanderers on a four-year deal for an undisclosed fee, reported to be around £5 million which will end in 2022. He bags a whopping £100,000 as a weekly salary and £5,200,000 as an annual salary.

Rui Patricio 

Rui Patricio is a Portuguese professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper. He was born on 15 February 1988. On 1 June 2018, Patrício submitted a request to terminate his Sporting contract with grounds for just cause. He completed the move on 18 June, on a four-year deal and it was announced on 31 October that both clubs had agreed an €18 million deal as settlement of his departure to England. He bags the same as João Moutinho. These amount changes so suddenly.

Leander Dendoncker

A Belgian professional footballer who plays as either a defender or defensive midfielder for Premier League club Wolverhampton Wanderers is Leander Dendoncker One of the most important players on the team. In August 2018 Dendoncker moved to the newly-promoted English Premier League club Wolverhampton Wanderers on an initial season-long loan with an obligation on Wolves to make the player a permanent Wolves signing in summer 2019. In late September, The Football Association rejected the obligatory purchase clause in Dendoncker’s Wolves contract and made his deal became permanent for €15 million. He currently receives £4,680,000 as an annual salary and £90,000 as weekly.

The Wolves have now been boosted financially due to Chinese-based ownership of Fosun International. Hence, Wolves will be actively busy in the transfer window in the Summer to bulk up their squad for Premier League return. The above list is just about their salaries. There are many other bonus prizes given throughout every match but not all information is given to the public. There is some revenue which are never been known by outsiders.

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