Harry Kane celebrates scoring for Tottenham Hotspur in their Premier League win over Nottingham Forest at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London, March 2023.

Ranking every Tottenham player by how much they earn in 2022-23

Tottenham have become top six regulars over the past decade, and their wage bill has grown accordingly if the 2022-23 figures are any indication.

Antonio Conte led the squad to fourth last season, securing Champions League football on the final day, and are currently in pole position to finish in the same spot this year.

And, with the likes of Harry Kane and Son Heung-min on their books, Spurs are paying more in weekly and annual wages than Arsenal.

But Daniel Levy is the magnet of much criticism amongst the club’s supporters for not spending as much as Chelsea, Liverpool or Manchester United.

It’s said that Tottenham’s annual wage bill for the playing staff is £108,680,000, which works out at £2,090,000 per week. But where exactly is all that money going? We’ve taken a closer look at the top earners in Conte’s squad, and which individuals are on comparatively low salaries.

Note: all figures come via football finance website Capology, who themselves state that: “All salary figures are estimates as actual salaries may vary. Unverified players are calculated using algorithms, or sourced from reporting that has not been confirmed yet. Coverage may be limited or incomplete.”

Football clubs don’t publically disclose the full wages of their individual players, so these are the best-surmised figures. It’s worth taking such numbers with a pinch of salt

But take a look at how every Tottenham first-teamer compares in terms of their (gross) weekly wages:

1. Harry Kane – £200,000
2. Son Heung-min – £190,000
3. Ivan Perisic – £180,000
4. Cristian Romero – £165,000
5. Clement Lenglet – £145,000
6. Dejan Kulusevski – £110,000
=7. Hugo Lloris – £100,000
=7. Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg – £100,000
=9. Lucas Moura – £90,000
=9. Richarlison – £90,000
=11. Eric Dier – £85,000
=11. Pedro Porro – £85,000
13. Ben Davies – £80,000
=14. Fraser Forster – £75,000
=14. Rodrigo Bentancur – £75,000
16. Davinson Sanchez – £65,000
=17. Yves Bissouma – £55,000
=17. Ryan Sessegnon – £55,000
=19. Oliver Skipp – £40,000
=19. Emerson Royal – £40,000
21. Japhet Tanganga – £25,000
22. Arnaut Danjuma – £24,000
23. Pape Sarr – £10,000
=24. Alfie Whiteman – £7,500
=24. Brandon Austin – £7,500

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