Man City wages revealed with £375k-a-week Erling Haaland the second highest earner behind captain Kevin De Bruyne | The Sun

ERLING HAALAND might be the latest big thing in English football but he is still only Manchester City's second highest earner.

The Norwegian forward has taken the league by storm since his £51million summer arrival from Borussia Dortmund.


City beat off interest from all of Europe's elite clubs to secure Haaland's signature on a five-year, £375,000-a-week contract.

The 22-year-old has instantly begun repaying them, scoring 27 goals in his first 22 competitive matches for Pep Guardiola's side.

Only Kevin De Bruyne earns more than Haaland at the Etihad.

The City skipper penned a four-year £400,000-a-week deal in April 2021, as per Spotrac.

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De Bruyne, 31, is the Prem's highest earning player – having previously only been behind axed Manchester United misfit Cristiano Ronaldo – who pocketed £500k prior to his Old Trafford departure.

Third on the list is £100m signing Jack Grealish.

The England international signed a £300,000-a-week deal when he left boyhood club Aston Villa for City in 2021.

Grealish's fellow Three Lions ace John Stones, as well as Joao Cancelo, are next, with the defenders reportedly pocketing £250,000 a week each.

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Phil Foden is next on £225,000 a week, having finally penned a new deal in October.

Midfielder Rodri takes home £220,000 a week, while summer signing Manuel Akanji is reportedly on £180,000 after his switch from Dortmund.

Ruben Dias signed a six-year deal on £180,000 a week in August 2021.

Riyad Mahrez and Kyle Walker reportedly pocket £160,000 a week each.

While summer recruit Kalvin Phillips is claimed to be earning £150,000 a week at Eastlands, with Bernardo Silva pocketing the same amount.

Last season's final day title hero Ilkay Gundogan is on a £140,000-a-week deal – with Aymeric Laporte on £120,000.

No1 goalkeeper Ederson reportedly makes £100,000 a week – with his deputy Stefan Ortega on £55,000.

Nathan Ake signed a £92,308 weekly deal after his switch from Bournemouth.

Promising World Cup-winning forward Julian Alvarez joined on a £50,000 weekly deal – with veteran reserve goalkeeper Scott Carson on £30,000.

Academy graduate Cole Palmer is on £20,000 a-week


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