There is more surprising news.

The salaries of PSG players outperform those of their Ligue 1 colleagues, as confirmed by the ranking published by


on Tuesday.

Despite the Covid, despite the Mediapro fiasco, the increase is substantial.

And too bad if the European results still do not follow.

According to estimates from the sports daily, Neymar is the highest paid player in France, with a gross monthly salary of 4,083,000 euros, ahead of Lionel Messi (3,375,000 euros) and Kylian Mbappé (2,220,000 euros), who arrives in end of contract and should make a nice switch this summer, probably at Real Madrid.

14 elements of PSG rank in the first 14 places of this “Top Money”.

The first non-Parisian is the Monegasque Wissam Ben Yedder (650,000 euros).

Only two players from the Principality (Ben Yedder and the intermittent Fabregas, 600,000 euros) slip into the middle of the capital's players among the 23 highest paid Ligue 1 footballers.

Clermont, far behind

The average gross monthly salary of Paris SG players is 990,000 euros, ahead of those of OM (226,000 euros) and Monaco (185,000).

The promoted Clermontois (20,000) brings up the rear.

For all L1 teams, the gross monthly salary averages 100,000 euros (it drops to 67,000 without PSG).

The median salary is estimated at 40,000 euros: there are as many L1 players who earn more than players who earn less than this amount.

Still according to


, the highest paid player in Europe outside France is Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United), with 2.6 million euros gross monthly.


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