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Real Madrid Players Weekly Wages 2017

How much Real Madrid players earn in 2017? What is the weekly salary of Real Madrid club footballers in 2017 year? Ever wonder how much Cristiano Ronaldo earn weekly or Gareth Bale earn annually? If yes , then here is your answer. We have made a list consisting Player Wages & Contract Details of all Real Madrid players.

Real Madrid Players salaries wages

Real Madrid Players salaries wages 2017

Real Madrid Squad Wages

Real Madrid has got 24 players in their squad with player’s earning £ 10,000 – £ 365,000. Real Madrid is having the highest wage bill in La-Liga, just edging out their arc-rival FC Barcelona.

Cristiano Ronaldo is the highest earning Real Madrid player with £ 365,000 (after tax) , behind him is Gareth Bale earning £ 350,000 (no advance tax deduction ) weekly. Gareth Bale also have a six year contract with Real Madrid, currently only player to have a contract of more than 5 years.

Let’s have a look at the complete list of Real Madrid players salaries with their weekly wages and income from club.

Real Madrid Players Salary 2017

Player Weekly Wages Contract Length
Cristiano Ronaldo £ 365,000 2 years (2018)
Gareth Bale £ 350,000 6 years (2022)
Toni Kross £ 156,000 4 years (2020)
Karim Benzema £ 150,000 3 years (2019)
Sergio Ramos £ 140,000 1 years (2017)
James Rodriguez £ 120,000 4 years (2020)
Luka Modric £ 120,000 2 years (2018)
Pepe £ 110,000 1 years (2017)
Fabio Coentrao £ 80,000 3 years (2019)
Marcelo £ 80,000 4 years (2020)
Raphael Varane £ 80,000 4 years (2020)
Asier Illarramendi £ 60,000 3 years (2019)
Isco £ 60,000 2 years (2018)
Danilo £ 60,000 5 years (2021)
Nancho Fernandez £ 60,000 4 years (2020)
Keylor Navas £ 55,000 4 years (2020)
Lucas Silva £ 50,000 4 years (2020)
Casemiro £ 45,000 1 years (2017)
Daniel Carvajal £ 35,000 4 years (2020)
Lucas Vazquez £ 30,000 4 years (2020)
Kiko Casilla £ 25,000 4 years (2020)
Denis Cheryshev £ 25,000 1 year (2017)
Marco Asensio £ 10,000 4 years (2020)

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