FC Bayern Munich Players Salaries 2020-21 [Wages & Contracts Updated]

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FC Bayern Munich is a German professional football club competing in the German Bundesliga. Actually the club is involved with various kind of sports but mostly known for it’s football side. It is based in Munich, Bavaria, Germany. FCB started it’s journey in the inaugural year of the 20th century (1900). It uses Allianz Arena as the home ground. Bayern is definitely the most successful German club in history. The Bavarians have won 28 league titles so far which includes 7 consecutive titles starting from 2013 up to the date. In addition to this, the Reds are certainly the richest German football club and also one of the richest soccer clubs in the world. This article will reveal you the list of the Bayern Munich players salaries.

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# The Chart of FC Bayern Munich Players Salaries in 2020-21 Season:

Player’s Name Country Position Weekly Salary Yearly Salary Contract Remaining
P Coutinho Brazil AM 470 Thousand Euro 24.5 Million Euro 1 Year
R Lewandowski Poland CF 305 Thousand Euro 16 Million Euro 2 Years
M Neuer Germany GK 290 Thousand Euro 15 Million Euro 2 Years
T Muller Germany SS 290 Thousand Euro 15 Million Euro 2 Years
L Hernandez France CB 250 Thousand Euro 13 Million Euro 5 Years
J Boateng Germany CB 230 Thousand Euro 12 Million Euro 2 Years
Thiago Spain CM 230 Thousand Euro 12 Million Euro 2 Years
D Alaba Austria LB 190 Thousand Euro 10 Million Euro 2 Years
I Perisic Croatia LW 165 Thousand Euro 8.5 Million Euro 1 Year
K Coman France LW 155 Thousand Euro 8 Million Euro 4 Years
L Goretzka Germany CM 155 Thousand Euro 8 Million Euro 3 Years
J Kimmich Germany RB 155 Thousand Euro 8 Million Euro 4 Years
C Tolisso France CM 135 Thousand Euro 7 Million Euro 3 Years
J Martinez Spain DM 115 Thousand Euro 6 Million Euro 2 Years
S Gnabry Germany RW 85 Thousand Euro 4.5 Million Euro 4 Years
N Sule Germany CB 58 Thousand Euro 3 Million Euro 3 Years
S Ulreich Germany GK 48 Thousand Euro 2.5 Million Euro 2 Years
R Sanches Portugal CM 28 Thousand Euro 1.5 Million Euro 2 Years
B Pavard France RB 23 Thousand Euro 1.2 Million Euro 5 Years
A Davies Canada LW 10 Thousand Euro 520 Thousand Euro 4 Years
C Fruchtl Germany GK 5 Thousand Euro 250 Thousand Euro 1 Year
R T Hoffmann Germany GK 2 Thousand Euro 104 Thousand Euro 2 Years
J F Arp Germany CF N/A N/A 5 Years

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# Total Spending:

FC Bayern Munich does have one of the strongest as well as most expensive squads in the football world based on the current FC Bayern Munich players salaries. Their weekly cost behind the players at this moment is 3.39 million Euro. In addition to this, their yearly expense reads as much as 176.3 million Euro.


# New Signings:

Just like all other European giants, the Bavarians also have signed some big stars in the latest summer transfer window. The notable recruits were Benjamin Pavard as well as Lucas Hernandez. However, the aforesaid one joined them for 35 million Euro from another Bundesliga side VFB Stuttgart. Meanwhile, the Lucas Hernandez cost them as much as 80 million Euro to make his move from Spanish giant Atletico de Madrid.


# Contract Negotiation:

Currently, none of the Munich stars contracts is at the verge of it’s ending. Thus the club authority doesn’t need to be worried about any contract extension in the upcoming months.


# Highest Earning Players:

Although Philippe Coutinho joined the club on a loan deal (with an option to buy), the Brazilian is the highest-paid footballer in the squad. He receives 470 thousand Euro per week as his basic salary. Thus his yearly income is as huge as 24.5 million Euro. Bayern’s talisman Robert Lewandowski sits on the 2nd spot with his yearly income of 305 thousand Euro. The Polish international pockets 16 million Euro per annum. However, the 3rd spot is shared by the German duo Manuel Neuer and Thomas Muller. They both earn 290 thousand Euro per week.


# Loan Deals:

Colombian sensation James Rodriguez went back to his parent club Real Madrid at the end of the loan deal. Now the Reds have brought in another Latin American attacking midfielder Coutinho from Barcelona on a season-long loan deal.

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