Manchester, Chelsea stars dominate list of top 10 highest paid footballers in EPL


 David Alaba could become the highest paid player should he make a switch to the Premier League with Chelsea. Man United keeper David de Gea is currently the highest paid player in the league. 

 The 28-year-old Bayern Munich star will be quitting the Bundesliga giants at the end of the season. 

Alaba's deal at the Allianz Arena is expected to expire at the end of the ongoing season and has turned down a number of new offers. 

The Austrian is keen on £400,000 a week wages, a demand Bayern were unwilling to meet to put a number of potential suitors on red alert. 

23-year-old billionaire who's Mayweather's close friend and whose family owns French side acquires top English club Chelsea and Real Madrid are thought to be the leading candidates to sign Alaba, with Blues boss Thomas Tuchel yearning for the defender's versatility. 

Whereas his astronomical wage demands could put off a number of clubs, the prospect of signing him for nothing is expected to take the edge off. 

Should Tuchel's side be ready to cough the pay-packet, Alaba will effectively become EPL's best-paid player, surpassing Man United keeper David de Gea who is currently on £375k-a-week wages. 

The Spanish shotstopper penned a new deal with significantly improved terms back in 2019.j Arsenal skipper Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Gareth Bale are among the other highly paid players in the league, with Tottenham paying half of Bale's £650,000 Real Madrid wages. 

Below are the top 10 best paid players in the Premier league;

1. David de Gea (Man United) - £375,000 

2. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal) - £350,000

 3. Gareth Bale (Tottenham) - £325,000 

4. Kevin de Bruyne (Man City) - £320,000 

5. Kai Havertz (Chelsea) - £310,000 

6. Raheem Sterling (Man City) - £300,000

 7. Timo Werner (Chelsea) - £300,000 

8. Paul Pogba (Man United) - £290,000 

9. Anthony Martially (Man United) - £250,000 

10. Sergio Aguero (Man City) - £230,000.

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