Search For A Brighton Player
|Name||Weekly Wages||Annual Wages|
|Alexis Mac Allister||£30,000||£1,560,000|
|Jan Paul van Hecke||£5,000||£260,000|
Brighton and Hove Albion FC made their way back to the Premier League for the 2017/18 season after a 34-year hiatus but they are now enjoying life back among England's elite. The Seagulls will be looking to build on their successful campaign last season which saw them finish in the top half of the table.
Graham Potter was brought in as the new manager for the 2019/20 season and he will be looking to stamp his mark on the squad. The manager has his work cut out for him this season after some high-profile departures. Yves Bissouma and Marc Cucurella departed for Tottenham and Chelsea respectively while Ben White joined Arsenal the season before and Dan Burn left for boyhood club Newcastle. Additionally, the club has many players out on loan including, Simon Adingra, Haydon Roberts, Abdallah Sima, Aaron Connolly, Taylor Richards, Andi Zeqiri, Michal Karbownik and Shane Duffy.
Brighton and Hove Albion Football Club was founded in 1901 where they started out playing at the Goldstone Ground. The team started out in the Southern League and later joined the Football League in 1920. More recently they have been playing at their new home ground, the Falmer Stadium, since 2011.
The highest earner at the club is Adam Lallana taking home an estimated £85,000 per week. Other top earners including Neal Maupay, Pascal Gross and Danny Welbeck who all contributed to the clubs goal tally last season. New Brighton and Hove Albion Player Julio Enciso will be hoping to get on the score sheet this season after signing from Libertad in the transfer window.
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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