Liverpool had the third highest wage bill (£208 million) in Premier League 2017-18 season which came as a surprise to many. Total revenue turnover was around £302 million and unlike the previous seasons’s they have been very busy in last couple of transfer windows bringing in world record signings of Van Daijk in January 2018 followed by a big spending spree with Alisson, Naby Keïta, Fabinho and Xherdan Shaqiri signing costing the club around £163 million just in Summer 2018. We take a look at entire Liverpool squad contracts and player salaries.


Liverpool Transfers 2018-19 – Unlike the previous few seasons, Liverpool spent big in the summer and also in the January 2018 transfer window. Since they have let go Coutinho they are on a spending spree with likes of Oxlade-Chamberlain (£40m), Van Dijk (£75m) and Andrew Robertson signings were followed by £163 million spree in Summer 2018 bringing in the likes of Allison (£56.2m), Naby Keïta (£54m), Fabinho (£40.5m) and Xherdan Shaqiri (£13.23m)

The new signings are set to elevate Liverpool’s wage bill to the levels of both Manchester clubs and also making them realistic title challengers for upcoming 2018-19 season. By spending big, Klopp will be under pressure if his team fail to mount a real title challenge come the end of the season.

Rest of the squad salaries are listed below and the data is taken from trusted sources like Guardian, BBC, Premierleague.com etc.

Liverpool Player Wages & Contracts 2018-19 (Confirmed)
PLAYER AGE WEEKLY WAGE CONTRACT LEFT
Alisson (New Signing)
25 £120,000 6 Years (2024)
Simon Mignolet
29 £60,000 3 Years (2021)
Loris Karius 
25 £25,000 3 Years (2021)
Virgil Van Dijk
27 £150,000 5 Years (2023)
Joel Matip
26 £70,000 2 Years (2020)
Dejan Lovren 29 £90,000 3 Years (2021)
Ragnar Klavan 32 £55,000 1 Years (2019)
Joe Gomez  21 £30,000 4 Years (2022)
Andrew Robertson 
24 £50,000 3 Years (2021)
Alberto Moreno
26 £40,000 Last Year (2019)
Nathaniel Clyne
27 £70,000 2 Years (2020)
Trent Alexander-Arnold (New Deal)
19 £50,000 3 Years (2021)
Fabinho (New Signing)
24 £100,000 5 Years (2023)
Georginio Wijnaldum  27 £90,000 3 Years (2021)
Jordan Henderson 28 £100,000  2 Years (2020)
James Milner 32 £120,000 Last Year (2019)
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain 24 £90,000 4 Years (2022)
Naby Keïta (New Signing) 23 £120,000 5 Years (2023)
Adam Lallana  30 £65,000 2 Years (2020)
Sadio Mané  26 £90,000 3 Years (2021)
Mohamed Salah (New Deal) 25 £200,000 5 Years (2023)
Xherdan Shaqiri (New Signing) 26 £90,000 5 Years (2023)
Roberto Firmino (New Deal) 26 £180,000 5 Years (2023)
Daniel Sturridge 28 £120,000 Last Year (2019)
Danny Ings 26 £60,000 2 Years (2020)
Dominic Solanki 20 £25,000 4 Years (2022)

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Financial Details (Accounts for the year to May 31 2017)

Owned by Fenway Sports Group (also registered in USA as New England Sports Ventures I, LLC) and John W Henry is the principal shareholder. FSG has put money in the club which increased the loans from £60m to £129.9m largely on stadium expansion. In total Liverpool have £165 million loan (bank loan £55m, FSG loan £110m).

Liverpool generated £302m in revenue as shown in the accounts book ending 31 May 2017 which include Gate and matchday income £62m TV money £124m Commercial £116m. These numbers are set to increase in 2017-18 season with Liverpool signing more sponsorship deals and also qualifying for the Champions League.