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Newcastle Player Wages 2022/23

Newcastle pay their first team players an average of £48,000 per week with a total wage bill of around £73,000,000 for the 2022/23 Premier League season.

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Name Weekly Wages Annual Wages
Kieran Trippier £145,000£7,540,000
Bruno Guimarães £120,000£6,240,000
Alexander Isak £120,000£6,240,000
Joelinton Apolinário £85,000£4,420,000
Chris Wood £80,000£4,160,000
Sven Botman £80,000£4,160,000
Jonjo Shelvey £70,000£3,640,000
Emil Krafth £60,000£3,120,000
Nick Pope £60,000£3,120,000
Federico Fernandez £50,000£2,600,000
Callum Wilson £50,000£2,600,000
Matt Ritchie £50,000£2,600,000
Miguel Almiron £40,000£2,080,000
Ryan Fraser £40,000£2,080,000
Jamaal Lascelles £40,000£2,080,000
Fabian Schar £40,000£2,080,000
Matt Targett £40,000£2,080,000
Jamal Lewis £35,000£1,820,000
Allan Saint-Maximin £35,000£1,820,000
Paul Dummett £30,000£1,560,000
Javier Manquillo £30,000£1,560,000
Karl Darlow £30,000£1,560,000
Jacob Murphy £20,000£1,040,000
Joe Willock £20,000£1,040,000
Dan Burn £20,000£1,040,000
Mark Gillespie £10,000£520,000
Sean Longstaff £2,000£104,000
Elliot Anderson £2,000£104,000
Dan Langley £1,000£52,000

Eddie Howe will be looking to build on last season and begin a push up the table. He has brought in marquee singing Alexander Isak from Real Sociedad for a club record fee. The striker will add firepower to the attack.

Isak is a tall, strong and pacey forward who can hold up the ball and bring others into play. Isak joins fellow new arrival Sven Botman at the club, with the Dutch defender joining from Lille where he impressed in Ligue 1. Botman's addition will bolster Howe's defence, which was an area of concern last season.

In 2021, the club signed Kieran Trippier from Athletico Madrid for a fee of £12 million. Trippier is now the highest earner at Newcastle, taking home £145k per week. He is followed by Bruno Guimarães on £120k per week and Isak on the same amount. Eddie Howe will be looking to build on last season and begin a push up the table. These signings demonstrate Newcastle's ambition to compete at the highest level of English football and return to European competition.

There is no question that Newcastle have the potential to be a force in the Premier League. They have a strong squad and new ambitious owners. The club has been on an upward trajectory since Eddie Howe took over. With continued investment, Newcastle could definitely be challenging for a top-six finish in the near future.

In order to achieve this, however, they will need to continue to invest in their squad. They also need to ensure that they are able to keep their best players, such as Allan Saint-Maximin. If they can do this, then there is no reason why Newcastle cannot become a regular fixture in European football.

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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