Every Tottenham player’s weekly salary in 2021/22 as club spends nearly £80m on wages

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The 2021/22 season is firmly underway and Tottenham are vowing to bounce back from the previous campaign that was disappointing, to say the least. 

The club has a new manager at the helm in Nuno Espirito Santo who was appointed following Jose Mourinho’s sacking in April, bringing an end to managerial search lasting 72 days. 

The Portuguese coach has currently guided the North London side to a record of five wins and three defeats in the Premier League, which leaves Spurs fifth in the table after the second international break. 

Tottenham will be looking to break back into the top four to secure a lucrative spot in the Champions League, but are expected to face a challenge in doing so with the competition around them increasing every year. 

For Spurs, participating in Europe’s elite competition is pivotal for both the football and financial rewards that come along with it. 

In recent campaigns, Spurs exceeded expectations regarding how competitive they were in it considering how much each player earned in the club’s infamously strict wage structure – especially compared to other sides’ stars. 

However, Spurs’ key players still earn a very healthy amount that is not to be sniffed at, with the club said to be spending an annual figure of over £78.7 million on annual salaries in total. 

With that being said, here is a look at what every current Tottenham player is earning weekly and annually, courtesy of sports contract and salary database Spotrac. 

Tottenham 2021/22 payroll


Hugo Lloris – £100,000 (£5.2 million)

Pierluigi Gollini – £25,000 (£1.3 million) 


Emerson Royal – No data available.

Matt Doherty – £65,385 (£3.4 million) 

Japhet Tanganga – £23,077 (£1.2 million) 

Cristian Romero – No data available.  

Eric Dier – £72,215 (£3.75 million) 

Davinson Sanchez – £65,000 (£3.38 million)

Joe Rodon – £9,615 (£500,000) 

Sergio Reguilon – £48,077 (£2.5 million) 

Ben Davies – £60,000 (£3.12 million) 

Ryan Sessegnon – No data available.


Tanguy Ndombele – £200,000 (£10.4 million) 

Pierre-Emile Højbjerg – £101,923 (£5.3 million) 

Dele Alli – £100,000 (£5.2 million) 

Giovani Lo Celso – £70,000 (£3.64 million) 

Harry Winks – £50,000 (£2.6 million) 

Oliver Skipp – No data available.  


Harry Kane – £200,000 (£10.4 million) 

Heung-min Son – £140,000 (£7.28 million) 

Lucas Moura – £80,000 (£4.16 million) 

Steven Bergwijn – £73,077 (£3.8 million) 

Bryan Gil – No data available.  

Jack Clarke – £30,769 (£1.6 million)

All salary data courtesy of sports contract and salary database spotrac. 

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