AS Roma Players Salary 2023 (Weekly, Annual Wage, Contract)

Roma Players Salary 2022-23
Who is the highest paid Player in AS Roma?

The Roman empire has a well-renowned, famous, and enriched history for centuries and so does the football club which is representing the capital city of that empire. AS Roma is just 5 years short to fulfill its 100. In these 95 years, the Stadio Olimpico has seen so many great names wearing the maroons of their club. From the legendary Franco Tancredi, Cafu, Giacomo Losi, Carlo Ancelotti, or Francesco Totti, to the current star Paulo Dybala, many stars have put their footprints in the Olympic Stadium of Rome. Here we will reveal to you the AS Roma Players’ Salary chart for 2023. Viewers can find each player’s weekly and annual wages as well as remaining contracts. Napoli Players Salary 2022-23 (Weekly, Annual Wage, Contract).

AS Roma Players Salary 2023 (Weekly, Annual Wage, Contract)

Check out AS Roma Players’ Salary 2023 with the weekly and annual wage fees for each squad member.

Player Name (Position) Country Weekly Salary Annual Salary Contract Length
Paulo Dybala (SS) Argentina 160k Euros 8.33 Million Euros 3 Years
Gianluca Mancini (CB) Italy 125k Euros 6.48 Million Euros 5 Years
Lorenzo Pellegrini (AM) Italy 125k Euros 6.48 Million Euros 4 Years
Stephan El Shaarawy (LW) Italy 125k Euros 6.48 Million Euros 1 Year
Georginio Wijnaldum (CM) Netherlands 123k Euros 6.41 Million Euros 1 Year
Tammy Abraham (CF) Italy 111k Euros 5.77 Million Euros 4 Years
Leonardo Spinazzola (LB) Italy 107k Euros 5.56 Million Euros 2 Years
Nemanja Matic (DM) Serbia 99k Euros 5.13 Million Euros 1 Year
Chris Smalling (CB) England 94k Euros 4.87 Million Euros 1 Year
Nicolo Zaniolo (AM) Italy 89k Euros 4.63 Million Euros 2 Years
Andrea Belotti (CF) Italy 85k Euros 4.44 Million Euros 1 Year
Rick Karsdorp (RB) Netherlands 78k Euros 4.07 Million Euros 3 Years
Rui Patricio (GK) Portugal 74k Euros 3.85 Million Euros 2 Years
Bryan Cristante (DM) Italy 64k Euros 3.33 Million Euros 2 Years
Marash Cumbulla (CB) Albania 64k Euros 3.33 Million Euros 3 Years
Zeki Celik (RB) Turkey 49k Euros 2.56 Million Euros 4 Years
Eldor Shomurodov (CF) Uzbekistan 37k Euros 1.92 Million Euros 4 Years
Roger Ibanez (CB) Brazil 37k Euros 1.92 Million Euros 3 Years
Mady Camara (CM) Guinea 30k Euros 1.54 Million Euros 1 Year
Ante Coric (AM) Croatia 30k Euros 1.54 Million Euros 1 Year
Matias Vina (LB) Uruguay 30k Euros 1.54 Million Euros 4 Years
Mile Svilar (GK) Serbia 25k Euros 1.28 Million Euros 5 Years
William Bianda (CB) France 17k Euros 900k Euros 1 Year
Ebrima Darboe (DM) The Gambia 16k Euros 830k Euros 4 Years
Nicola Zalewski (LM) Poland 11k Euros 560k Euros 3 Years
Edoardo Bove (CM) Italy 7k Euros 370k Euros 3 Years
Pietro Boer (GK) Italy 7k Euros 370k Euros 2 Years
Flippo Tripi (CB) Italy N/A N/A 2 Years
  • Contract Length means the years remaining in the current contract including the ongoing 2022-23 campaign.
  • Wage fees have been presented in European Currency (Euro).
  • Use converters to get the salaries in other currencies (USD or GBP).

The above chart represents the complete AS Roma Players Salary chart for 2023.

Highest-Paid AS Roma Players

Take a look at the highest-paid AS Roma players in 2023.

Roma Players Salary 2022-23
Who is the highest-paid player in AS Roma?

Who is the highest-paid player in AS Roma?

You may ask “Who is the highest-earning player in AS Roma?” In that case, many of the fans may have a minimum idea of who it could be. Yeah, no surprise, it’s the new emperor of Rome Paulo Dybala. So Argentine forward Paulo Dybala is the highest-paid player in AS Roma. One may also ask, “How much does Roma pay Dybala?” Well, Dybala bags a decent 160k euros per week at Stadio Olimpico. So his current annual earnings stand at a handsome 8.33 million Euros. However, one may still think that it’s perhaps a downgrade of payment for the Argentine international. Indeed it is. Because during his time at Juve, Dybala used to receive a massive 260k euros salary every 7 days which used to make him get a whopping 13.52 million euros at the end of each season. So he had to take a pay cut to join Roma.

The 29-year-old attacker joined Roma at the start of the ongoing campaign or more specifically on the 20th of July 2022. The left-footed soccer sensation signed a 3 years deal with the Yellow and Reds which would keep him in the Italian capital until June 2025. However, one thing hasn’t changed for him, and that’s he was the highest earner in Juve last season. And now Dybala is the highest-earning player at Roma in 2022-23.

Gianluca Mancini:

Gianluca Mancini, many of the fans assume he is related to Italy national team manager Roberto Mancini. But actually, he’s not related to the Italian boss. Well, the 26-year-old is a very crucial member of the AS Roma squad. He is hence not only the 2nd highest-paid AS Roma player (jointly) but also the highest-earning defender in the club this season. The center-half made a 21 million euro move from Atalanta to Roma when he joined the Yellow and Reds in September 2020. Soon he established himself as an integral part of this squad. The defender signed a contract extension in July 2022 and this deal will keep him at the Olimpico until June 2027. Roma fans will be hoping for plenty of solid defensive performances from the Pontedera-born player.

The alluded player’s weekly wage fee is 124.6k euros. While his total annual sum from the club contract will be 6.48 million euros.

Stephan El Shaarawy:

He used to be a very popular figure to FIFA Games lovers. Those sprint and clinical shoots would make anybody love him. But one may wonder why such a high-potential footballer couldn’t use his talent fully. Otherwise, he could have been the poster boy of Italian football. Many FIFA Games enthusiasts have labeled his FIFA Games rating as overrated or overhyped. But the former Milan winger is still a very crucial Roma man. After a one and a half year spell in China, El Shaarawy has made his overall 3rd arrival in Rome in January 2021. Previously he was at Roma on a loan spell from Milan before making a permanent 13m euros move in July 2016. Well, the winger’s current contract expires no before June 2023.

Currently, he’s the joint 2nd highest-earner for Roma alongside G Mancini and Lorenzo Pellegrini. The 30-year-old gets 124.6k euros per week for the services he provides while the total annual sum for the Italian is as much as 6.48 million euros.

Lorenzo Pellegrini:

Another gem of this Roma side. The club got him as a young talent when he was just 21 and signed him from Sassuolo for just 10m euros. Pellegrini is one of the most consistent players in Roma and is also among the club’s highest-paid players. Last season he netted 9 strikes while providing 5 assists. In fact, in all 3 of the last 3 seasons, his direct goal contributions have been in double figures. This season he has also contributed to 5 goals directly so far. The attacking midfielder’s contract runs till June 2026 and he’s deservingly one of the top earners in Roma. His weekly (124.6k euros) and annual wage fees (6.48 million euros) are as equal to Gianluca Mancini’s and El Shaarawy’s.

Georginio Wijnaldum:

Wijnaldum is currently on a season-long loan deal which will see him play at the Stadio Olimpico at least until the end of the current campaign. The deal is making Roma pay him a decent 123.26k euros every 7 days. And at the end of the ongoing campaign, his total salary accumulation will be 6.41m in European currency. However, the loan contract includes an option to buy permanently and he might be staying in the Italian capital for a few more seasons. Also find out Wijnaldum’s parent club PSG Players’ Salary for 2022-23 (Weekly, Annual Wage, Contract).

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