Skip to content

Crystal Palace Player Wages 2022/23

Crystal Palace enter the 2022/23 season with total wage bill of around £65,000,000 per year with the players taking home £50,000 per week on average. Here's the breakdown.

Crystal Palace Stadium - Selhurst Park

Search For A Crystal Palace Player

Name Weekly Wages Annual Wages
Wilfried Zaha £130,000£6,760,000
Odsonne Edouard £85,000£4,420,000
Nathaniel Clyne £81,000£4,212,000
Joachim Andersen £80,000£4,160,000
Vicente Guaita £75,000£3,900,000
Jeffrey Schlupp £65,000£3,380,000
Will Hughes £60,000£3,120,000
Luka Milivojevic £60,000£3,120,000
James McArthur £55,000£2,860,000
Jairo Riedewald £55,000£2,860,000
Jean-Philippe Mateta £55,000£2,860,000
Jack Butland £55,000£2,860,000
Marc Guehi £50,000£2,600,000
Michael Olise £50,000£2,600,000
James Tomkins £45,000£2,340,000
Chris Richards £35,000£1,820,000
Joel Ward £35,000£1,820,000
Jordan Ayew £32,500£1,690,000
Cheick Doucouré £30,000£1,560,000
Eberech Eze £30,000£1,560,000
Tyrick Mitchell £28,000£1,456,000
Malcolm Ebiowei £25,000£1,300,000
Nathan Ferguson £25,000£1,300,000
Remi Matthews £5,000£260,000
Luke Plange £5,000£260,000

Patrick Vieira will be hoping for a strong finish for Crystal Palace this season. Vieira has been with the club since 2021 and has managed to lead them to some impressive results. Under his management, Crystal Palace has become a force to be reckoned with in the Premier League.

Vieira has made the team into a cohesive unit. With strong players like Wilfred Zaha in the squad, there is no reason why Palace cannot finish in the top half of the table. When Crystal Palace play well, they can match any team in the league. Zaha is a graduate of the academy and is in high demand from other Premier League Clubs. He is the highest earner in the squad by a significant margin, followed by Odsonne Edouard.

The club was founded in 1861, and they have played at their current home ground of Selhurst Park since 1924. Crystal Palace's long history is full of highs and lows. They have been relegated from the top flight of English football several times, but they have also enjoyed good spells in the top division.

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.

Other Premier League Wages

Arsenal, Aston Villa, Bournemouth, Brentford, Brighton & Hove Albion, Chelsea, Everton, Fulham, Leicester City, Leeds United, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Newcastle United, Nottingham Forest, Southampton, Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham, Wolverhampton Wanderers.