Premier League clubs are known for their economic strength and superior ability to spend more on player deals than their counterparts in other European leagues, and recent statistics proving that the Premier League is the most spending in the world are perhaps the most prominent proof of this.

In parallel with the payments on player deals, Premier League clubs pay large salaries to their players, especially Manchester City, who have achieved major sporting successes in recent years.

In the following lines, we highlight the highest paid player in each of the 20 teams competing in the "Premier League" in the current season 2023-2024.

20. Luton Town – Alan Campbell (£8462,<> per week)

Luton Town plays in the Premier League for the first time in its history, and is of course the team with the lowest budget to pay wages among its peers with all player salaries of just £112,231 per week, which is the wage of one average player from the top clubs, and the highest paid is Campbell at £8462,<>.

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19. Sheffield United v Ryan Brewster (£27500,<>)

Sander Berg was Sheffield United's highest paid but the player left for Burnley to become his former team-mate Ryan Brewster the highest-paid team earning £27500,<> a week.

18. Burnley-Josh Brownhill (£40k)

6 of the 7 highest-paid players at Burnley are British, led by Josh Brownhill, who earns £40,<> a week.

17. Brentford-Ben Me (£55k)

Ben Me defended Burnley's colours for 10 seasons and then moved to Brentford before the start of the 2022-2023 season, after the latter made him the highest-paid player at Brentford with a salary of £55,<>.

16. Bournemouth v Justin Kluivert (£80k)

Bournemouth managed to sign a number of outstanding players during the last summer transfer window, including Taylor Adams, Alex Scott and Max Aarons, but the most prominent and highest-paid signer is the Dutchman Kluivert, who earns £80,<> a week.

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15. Nottingham Forest – Morgan Gibbs White/Felipe/Chris Wood (£80,<>)

It is the only team in the Premier League with three equally high-paid players, Gibbs White, Felipe and Chris Wood, each earning £3,80.

14. Wolves-Pablo Sarabia (£90k)

Wolves have an abundance of Portuguese players in their ranks thanks to their relationship with agent Jorge Mendes, but ironically, the highest paid in the team is Spaniard Sarabia who earns a salary of £90,<>.

13. Brighton-Adam Lallana (£90k)

Brighton are known to be the team capable of developing players and growing young talent so it seems strange that their highest paid player is 35-year-old Lallana, who receives a salary of £90,<>.

12. Fulham – Raul Jimenez (£100k)

After the departure of Aleksandar Mitrovic from Fulham to Al Hilal, Raul Jimenez was chosen to replace him as the London club gave him the highest wage of £100,<> per week.

11. Crystal Palace – Michael Olez (£100k)

Chelsea tried to activate the penalty clause in Oliz's contract of 35 million euros in the last summer transfer window, but the player decided to stay with Crystal Palace and even signed a new contract linking him to the team for 4 seasons, and Olez currently earns £100,<> per week.

10. Everton-Jordan Pickford (£125k)

Pickford is one of Everton's most important players and many English clubs have tried to sign him in recent years, but he preferred to stay with the Toffees, who gave him a weekly salary of up to £125,<>.

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9. Aston Villa – Aboubakar Camara/Youri Tielemans (£150k)

The Villans have signed the players on two free transfers and gave them a weekly salary of £150,2, more than 3.65 times the average salary of players in the squad of £<>,<>.

8. West Ham United v Lucas Paqueta (£150k)

Paqueta won the hearts of West Ham supporters with his magical performance at the London Stadium and impressed fans with his exceptional skills and personality, earning a weekly salary of £150,<>.

7. Tottenham Hotspur v Son Heung-min (£190k)

After the departure of Harry Kane to Bayern Munich and Tanguy Ndombele to Galatasaray on loan, the South Korea international became the highest paid at the "Spurs" with a salary of £190,<>.

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6. Newcastle United v Sandro Tonali (£210,<>)

The Italian star who joined the ranks of the "MacPais" from Milan in the last summer transfer market under which he became the most expensive player in Italian history, Tonali earns a weekly salary of £210,<>.

5. Arsenal v Kai Havertz (£280k)

Havertz left Chelsea for Arsenal in the last transfer window to play for the Gunners in Mikel Arteta's sons debut in the Champions League since the 2016-2017 season, and the German receives a weekly salary of up to £280,<>.

4. Chelsea v Raheem Sterling (£325k)

Despite the huge spending of American Todd Poelle since he owned Chelsea, this has not been reflected in the salaries of the players, as only 4 of them earn £200,8 or more per week, while Manchester United and Manchester City have 325 players. The Blues' highest-paid player is Raheem Sterling with a weekly salary of £<>,<>.

3. Liverpool v Mohamed Salah (£350k)

Liverpool managed to keep Salah despite the huge offer from the Saudi Jeddah Federation, to complete the Egyptian star successful career at Anfield, and since the renewal of his last contract in the summer of 2022 he receives the highest salary in the "Reds" reached £350,<>.

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2. Manchester United – Jadon Sancho/Casemiro (£350k)

Despite Manchester United's decision to remove Sancho from the first team, he is among two highest-paid players alongside Casemiro who earn a weekly salary of up to £350,<>.

1. Manchester City – Kevin De Bruyne (£400k)

Manchester City, champions of the Premier League in the last two seasons, are the most spenders on their players' salaries, which amount to £216 million, and their highest paid player is Belgian Kevin De Bruyne with a weekly salary of up to £400,45 per week, which is <> times what the highest-paid player in Luton Town earn.