Chelsea’s Players Salaries 2019-20 (Player Contracts Revealed)
Chelsea players wage bill for the 2019-20 season is around £ 220 million (the fourth highest in the league behind Manchester clubs and Liverpool). Chelsea’s have a clear intention to reduce their wages in the last two seasons, considering their transfer business.
He let go like Namanja Matic, John Terry and Diego Costa last year and his summer transfer business of 2018 has brought just one player, Jorginho, to about £ 52 million. We take a look at Chelsea’s current squad contracts and players’ salaries for the 2019-20 seasons.
Chelsea players wage – 2018-19 Transfers & Squad Contracts
Just like the last few seasons, Chelsea has spent wisely and their net worth has been incredible due to the sale of Deadwood or some of the youngsters who have been on Chelsea’s books for some time.
Unlike last season where Chelsea spent big but most of the new signings failed to live up to expectations, Chelsea signed only one player in Jorginho.
The new manager, Maurizio Sarri, was expecting a top-flight side, but with Higuain signing for AC Milan, we can safely assume that Chelsea will have to face Morata and Giroud. Below are the signatures produced by Chelsea in 2018
Olivier Giroud – £ 18 million (from Arsenal in January)
Jorginho – £ 52m (from Napoli)
Maurizio Sarri himself has signed a three-year contract (2018-19 to 2021) to become Chelsea’s new manager and will earn around 7 million a year for his services at the club.
The contract data is up-to-date and is verified with Chelsea’s official player database but the weekly wage figures may not be 100 accurate because no club media or fans, especially those with bonuses and benefits.
Does not disclose information about. But we dug up the details of each player from the most reputable sites like Guardian, BBC etc.
As things stand, Roman Abramovich has raised a total of 0 1.097 billion since buying the club in 2003. The club is wholly owned by Abramovich, registered as a Russian resident in the company’s home.
Chelsea recorded annual revenues of 5 5,335 million in accounts ending May 31, 2016 (fourth highest in the league) with a wage bill of 224 million (second highest in the league) for their final financial cycle.
Chelsea lost £ 85 million in 2016, compared to 32 million in May 2015.