Tottenham Hotspur are currently preparing for a return to Premier League action this month, with Manchester United set to visit North London on June 19.
The likes of Harry Kane, Heung-min Son, and Steven Bergwijn are back from their respective injuries to provide Jose Mourinho with a few decisions to make.
However, while the Spurs squad is looking healthy on the pitch, we wanted to take a look at how healthy their bank accounts are away from the pitch (Spotrac).
Harry Kane – £200,000 per week
Tanguy Ndombele – £200,000 per week
Heung-min Son – £140,000 per week
Dele Alli – £100,000 per week
Hugo Lloris – £100,000 per week
Jan Vertonghen – £100,000 per week
Toby Alderweireld – £80,000 per week
Erik Lamela – £80,000 per week
Giovani Lo Celso – £70,000 per week (before his permanent contract)
Lucas Moura – £80,000 per week
Serge Aurier – £70,000 per week
Davinson Sanchez – £65,000 per week
Ben Davies – £60,000 per week
Eric Dier – £60,000 per week
Danny Rose – £60,000 per week
Harry Winks – £50,000 per week
Juan Foyth – £21,500 per week
Paulo Gazzaniga – £20,000 per week
Kyle Walker-Peters – £20,000 per week
No information for Moussa Sissoko, Ryan Sessegnon, Oliver Skipp, Japhet Tanganga, Steven Bergwijn, Gedson Fernandes, Michel Vorm, or Jack Clarke.
Spurs Web Opinion:
Hopefully, the club can tie Son down to another new deal in the next year, which I’m sure would put him up on £200,000 per week with Kane and Ndombele. I’m sure that Lo Celso is probably earning a little more since his permanent contract too. However, with the current COVID-19 financial climate, it is unlikely that we will see too many bumper contracts in the near future, unless the players are coming towards the end of their existing deals.
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