Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane may team up in the Liverpool attack but the Egyptian is earning double the salary of his Reds’ team-mate.
The Egyptian has topped the club’s goal scoring charts in each of his three seasons at the club.
He is again leading the race, but Mane has certainly done his fair share of contributing.
The pair shared the Golden Boot in 2019, but Salah’s £200,000-a-week wages dwarf Mane’s.
Salah has been linked with the Anfield exit door, which is perhaps why Liverpool have opted to make him their highest paid player.
Mane pockets £100,000-a-week while Roberto Firmino earns £180,000.
Virgil van Dijk’s importance has been underlined by his absence this season and he is the club’s joint third highest earner on £180,000-a-week.
Summer signing Thiago is just below Salah with his £192,308 weekly salary.
Liverpool’s shrewd business in the transfer market has long been hailed and it appears they also keep a keen eye on their wage bill.
Club captain Jordan Henderson earns £140,000-a-week, as does James Milner.
Midfield pair Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Naby Keita both pocket £120,000-a-week.
Alisson, whose arrival at the club coincided with them winning silverware, earns £90,000-a-week.
Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andy Robertson have both been electric for Liverpool in recent years.
Their drop off this season has coincided with a poor year for the Reds thus far.
Both players though earn what would be considered modest salaries, reports The Sun.
Liverpool players’ weekly salaries
Salah – £200,000k
Thiago – £192,308k
Firmino – £180,000k
Van Dijk – £180,000k
Henderson – £140,000k
Milner – £140,000k
Keita – £120,000k
Oxlade-Chamberlain – £120,000k
Mane – £100,000k
Matip – £100,000k
Fabinho – £100,000k
Jota – £90,385k
Alisson – £90,000k
Shaqiri – £80,000k
Wijnaldum – £75,000k
Phillips – £64,615k
Tsimikas – £60,000k
Robertson – £50,000k
Origi – £40,000k
Alexander-Arnold – £40,000k
Adrian – £30,769k
Gomez – £28,000k
Kelleher – £15,385k
Woodburn – £12,000k
Grabara – £7,692k
Williams – £7,692k
Jones – £6,731k