Wolves Players Salaries 2021-22 (Weekly Wages)

How much Wolves Players Salaries (Weekly Wages)?

Wolves Players Salaries 2021-22 Weekly Wages (Updated Contract Details): This season, the Wolves finished 7th in the league points table ahead of Arsenal and Sheffield United, with the same number of points as Tottenham, who qualified for the Europa League. Before the new season began, the club released many players, including Ming-yang Yang, Connor Johnson, Phil Ofosu-Ayeh, Todd Parker, and Jordan Graham, to control the wage budget. Having made the latest transfer in September 2020 windows, Wolves players salaries increased to £42 million. Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C.

Wolves Players Salaries Weekly Wages
Wolves Players Salaries 2021-22 Weekly Wages (Contract Details)

A transfer of Raul Jimenez to top clubs is currently being discussed. Last year in 2019, he earned the most money for the Wolves team. According to their data, Raul Jimenez earns £130,000 each week at the club. There are two more expensive contract holders with the team after Adama Traoré. The club said Traore earned (£100,000) per week. The salaries of Wolverhampton were revealed through a report.

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Wolves Players Salaries 2021-22
PlayerBase SalaryWeekly WageAgePositionMarket ValueContract
Rui Patrício£2.4 million£50,00033GK£5 million2022
John Ruddy£264,000£5,50034GK£2.5 million2022
Matija Sarkic£1.2 million£25,00023GK£10 million2023
Conor Coady£2.64 million£55,00028DEF£6 million2025
Willy Boly£3 million£60,00030DEF£15 million2023
Romain Saïss£1.92 million£40,00031DEF£7 million2023
Max Kilman£2.4 million£50,00024DEF£12 million2025
Jonny Otto£3.12 million£65,00027DEF£18 million2025
Rúben Vinagre£2.4 million£50,00022DEF£20 million2024
Marçal£1.6 million£35,00032DEF£5.5 million2022
Nélson Semedo£2.5 million£48,50027DEF£6 million2023
Oskar Buur£2.16 million£45,00023DEF£10 million2023
Rúben Neves£3.36 million£70,00024MID£25 million2024
Leander Dendoncker£4.1 million£90,00026MID£28 million2023
Morgan Gibbs-White£1.5 million£41,00021MID£7 million2023
Trincao (on loan)N/A£22,50021MID£20 million2022
Joao Moutinho£3.12 milllion£65,00034MID£1.75 million2022
Bruno Jordão£2 million£41,00023MID£15 million2024
Connor Ronan£1 million£21,00023MID£5 million2024
Pedro Neto£2.4 million£50,00021MID£30 million2025
Adama Traoré£4.8 million£100,00025MID£48 million2023
Daniel Podence£2.88 million£60,00025CF£26 million2024
Raul Jimenez£6.24 million£130,00030CF£30 million2024
Fabio Silva£3.84 million£80,00018CF£23 million2025
Rafa Mir£1.25 million£26,00024CF£11 million2022
Patrick Cutrone£1.5 million£31,50023CF£7 million2023
Leonardo Campana£1 million£20,50020CF£500,0002023
Renat Dadashov£1 million£20,50022CF£1.5 million2023
Reserve Squad
Andreas Söndergaard£960,000£20,00020GK£4 million2023
Yerson Mosquera£750,000£15,50020DEF£500,0002026
Owen Otasowie£1 million£20,50020MID£1 million2022
Ki-Jana Hoever£960,000£20,00019DEF£2.5 million2025

Wolves players salaries for the season 2021-22 Confirmed

The Wolves set a new record for transfer deals. Fábio Silva was signed for (£ 35 million). The salary of £80,000 per week he receives from the club makes him the highest-paid young player in the first team (U20) squad. Wolverhampton Wanderers signed him for (£27 million), including a signing bonus.

Based on information collected from trusted sources, the above details are based on the salaries of Wolves players for 2020-21. As a result of that update later, details regarding players’ wage cuts have not been confirmed, but players are likely to accept the cuts.

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