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Arsenal Players Salaries 2016-17 (Weekly Wage Bill)

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Do you want to know about Arsenal Players Salaries 2016-2017? If yes, then you are at right place to give a look at Arsenal Player Salaries List 2016-17. Currently, Mesut Ozil is Arsenal’s highest paid player. Though there are numerous names who are also the most paid players of Arsenal and are on Gunners weekly wage bill 2017, here we have listed all the information on each players’ annual earnings along with the age, contract details.

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In previous year, club’s wage bill was £180 million that have increased to £192 million in the current year. Some new contracts has been signed including Petr Cech who joined gunners for £12 million. Now, Arsenal is on 4th among EPL Clubs with Highest Wage Bills 2016. Previously, gunners are criticized of not contracting with high profile players. For example, in 2015 Petr Cech was the only signing in the Summer transfer window. But now after a couple of deals, club is looking great just on the start of new season.

Arsenal Players Wages & New Signings 2016-17

Player Name

Age

Remaining Contract

Weekly Wages

Laurent Koscielny

30

(1 Year) 2017

£75,000

Per Mertesacker

31

(1 Year) 2017

£70,000

Serge Gnabry

21

(1 Year) 2017

£15,000

Mesut Özil

27

(2 Year) 2018

£140,000

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

23

(2 Year) 2018

£65,000

Alexis Sánchez

27

(2 Year) 2018

£140,000

Olivier Giroud

29

(2 Year) 2018

£100,000

Kieran Gibbs

26

(2 Years) 2018

£60,000

Carl Jenkinson

24

(2 Years) 2018

£45,000

Aaron Ramsey

25

(2 Years) 2018

£110,000

Jack Wilshere (Loaned-out)

24

(2 Years) 2018

£90,000

Petr Cech

34

(3 Years) 2019

£100,000

David Ospina

27

(3 Years) 2019

£40,000

Gabriel Paulista

25

(3 Years) 2019

£50,000

Nacho Monreal (New)

30

(3 Years) 2019

£65,000

Héctor Bellerín

21

(3 Years) 2019

£50,000

Mathieu Debuchy

31

(3 Years) 2019

£70,000

Francis Coquelin

25

(3 Years) 2019

£45,000

Theo Walcott

27

(3 Years) 2019

£110,000

Danny Welbeck

25

(3 Years) 2019

£70,000

Calum Chambers

21

(4 Years) 2020

£20,000

Rob Holding (New)

20

(4 Years) 2020

£10,000

Krystian Bielik

18

(4 Years) 2020

£5,000

Mohamed Elneny

24

(4 Years) 2020

£40,000

Alex Iwobi (New)

20

(4 Years) 2020

£30,000

Lucas Perez (New)

27

(4 Years) 2020

£70,000

Shkodran Mustafi (New)

24

(5 years) 2021

£90,000

Granit Xhaka (New)

23

(5 Years) 2021

£90,000

Santi Cazorla

31

(Last Year) 2017

£90,000

Without spending huge sums like any other successful clubs are doing, Arsenal managed to be in a competitive position since its move to Emirates from Highbury. Going with the trends, Ozil and Sanchez are acquired for a huge sum in 2016 transfer window. Ozil has been offered £180,000/week while Sanchez £165,000/week other than their regular contracted wages, just to fend them off any interest from other top clubs.

Last season, Gunners managed 2nd spot after in the end. They got 71 points with 20 wins, 7 losses and 11 draws just a point ahead of Tottenham Hotspur. With new inclusions, Arsenal is now eyeing on premier league title.

Interesting to note, Krystian Bielik, 18 years old guy is the least paid player in Gunners pocketing just £5 million annually.