Real Madrid Players Salary 2022-23

Real Madrid has been on top of the money pile for a couple of years now after overtaking English club Manchester United. The club was estimated to be worth €3.8 billion ($4.2 billion) in 2019, and it was the second highest-earning football club in the world, with annual revenue of €757.3 million in 2019. Real Madrid established itself as a major force in both Spanish and European football during the 1950s, winning five consecutive European Cups and reaching the final seven times.

Real Madrid Players SalaryThe biggest loss Real Madrid had to endure was the departure of talisman Cristiano Ronaldo, who forced his way out of the club after nine long years and joined Juventus last summer. The Galacticos have lacked the fear factor in their attack since his departure and that has shown in their performances throughout this season.

Before the coronavirus outbreak, Real Madrid had maintained a good salary bill and paid 52% of their total income on players salaries. Here a list is given on Real Madrid players salary :

Real Madrid Players Salary 2022-23

Player Name(Position) Weekly Wage Yearly Salary Age Nationality Contract
Eden Hazard (RW) £532,000 £27,664,000 28 Belgium 2024
Gareth Bale (AM)(on loan to Tottenham) £532,000 £27,664,000 29 Wales 2022
Sergio Ramos (CB) £463,000 £24,076,000 33 Spain 2021
Luka Modric (CM) £388,000 £20,176,000 33 Croatia 2021
Marcelo (LB) £331,000 £17,212,000 31 Brazil 2022
Toni Kroos (CM) £331,000 £17,212,000 29 Germany 2023
Karim Benzema (ST) £274,000 £14,248,000 31 France 2022
Thibaut Courtois (GK) £215,000 £11,180,000 27 Belgium 2024
Isco (AM) £210,000 £10,920,000 27 Spain 2022
Casemiro (DM) £202,000 £10,504,000 27 Brazil 2023
Raphaël Varane (CB) £172,000 £8,944,000 26 France 2022
Luka Jovic (ST) £166,000 £8,632,000 21 Serbia 2025
Lucas Vázquez (RM) £148,000 £7,696,000 28 Spain 2021
Mariano (ST) £142,000 £7,384,000 25 Dominican Republic 2023
Nacho (CB) £142,000 £7,384,000 29 Spain 2022
Alphonse Areola (GK) £139,000 £7,228,000 26 France 2023
Marco Asensio (AM) £138,000 £7,176,000 23 Spain 2023
Dani Carvajal (RB) £137,000 £7,124,000 27 Spain 2022
Brahim Díaz (AM) £107,000 £5,564,000 19 Spain 2025
Rodrygo (LW) £69,000 £3,588,000 18 Brazil 2025
Vinícius Júnior (LW) £56,000 £2,912,000 18 Brazil 2025
Federico Valverde (CM) £53,000 £2,756,000 20 Uruguay 2025
Éder Militão (CB) £51,000 £2,652,000 21 Brazil 2025
Ferland Mendy (LB) £40,000 £2,080,000 24 France 2025

Real Madrid has a total of 25 players in their home squad. The team’s total wage bill is £273,156,000 per year and £5,253,000 per week.

The highest-earning player in the squad is Eden Hazard. After Cristiano Ronaldo’s departure, Welshman Gareth Bale was Real Madrid’s highest-earning footballer with a weekly wage of £350,000. After Gareth Bale was loaned out to Tottenham Hotspur, Eden Hazard shortly became the club’s highest-paid member at over £500,000 per week.

Eden Hazard earns £532,000 per week, £27,664,000 per year playing for Real Madrid as an AM RLC. Eden Hazard has earned a total of £90,532,000 over their career to date. His current contract expires June 30, 2024. Gareth Bale earns £532,000 per week, £27,664,000 per year playing for Real Madrid as a AM RLC, F C. Gareth Bale has earned a total of £152,308,000 over their career to date. His current contract expires June 30, 2022.

We can see news of player transfer on Real Madrid all the time. It’s no coincidence that it’s always talked about as it is one of the richest football clubs in the world. They earn a huge sum so they don’t hesitate to spend a big amount on players. The COVID-19 pandemic forced them to sell a number of players and integrate more youth into the squad. There are usually several sites with Real 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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