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Aston Villa have a weekly wage bill of approximately £1.5m or £78m annually putting them mid-table in the Premier League in terms of their salary payouts. The club spent just £33 million on wages last season, which is less than half of what some of their rivals spend. The average salary of a Villa player is ~£60,000 per week.
Jack Grealish was the highest earner at the club, taking home ~£100,000 per week. The Englishman is one of the brightest talents in the league and moved to Manchester City in 2021. New signings have joined the club including Lucas Digne who earns £163,000 per week giving him one of the highest Aston Villa salaries ever and highest current wages at the club. The Frenchman joined from Everton in 2022 and is expected to be a key player for the club.
Boubacar Kamara is another Frenchman brought in over the summer. The club is looking to spend big and build a squad capable of challenging for top 4. Kamara is the second highest earner at the club taking home £150k per week. Philipp Coutinho took a significant paycut to join the club last season from Barcelona, reports suggest he took a ~£340k per week salary reduction.
Steven Gerrard announced at the start of the season that John McGinn will be the new club captain after taking over from Tyron Mings. The 27-year-old who joined the club in 2018 has told the press that being awarded the captaincy was an "incredibly proud moment". Unai Emery took over as manager on November 1st 2022 after Steven Gerrard left the club.
Carney Chukwuemeka left the club late in the 2022 summer window to join Chelsea. The highly-rated youngster midfielder was bought by Chelsea for £20m. Matt Targett left the club over the summer too after the clubs agreed a £15m fee.
Wages have been sourced directly from agents where possible. Where the players salary has not been released by the club or agent other sources and estimates have been used. Estimates are based on previously known salaries, wage structure and press releases.
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