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Southampton Player Wages 2022/23

Southampton are shelling out around £57,000,000 on player salaries for the 2022/23 season with each player taking home an average of £44,000 per week.

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Name Weekly Wages Annual Wages
Theo Walcott £80,000£4,160,000
Duje Caleta-Car £75,000£3,900,000
Nathan Redmond £70,000£3,640,000
Joe Aribo £70,000£3,640,000
Mohamed Elyounoussi £60,000£3,120,000
James Ward-Prowse £60,000£3,120,000
Alex McCarthy £55,000£2,860,000
Ibrahima Diallo £50,000£2,600,000
Ainsley Maitland-Niles £50,000£2,600,000
Stuart Armstrong £50,000£2,600,000
Lyanco Vojnovic £50,000£2,600,000
Adam Armstrong £50,000£2,600,000
Moussa Djenepo £45,000£2,340,000
Romain Perraud £45,000£2,340,000
Gavin Bazunu £45,000£2,340,000
Sékou Mara £45,000£2,340,000
Che Adams £30,000£1,560,000
Roméo Lavia £30,000£1,560,000
Mohammed Salisu £25,000£1,300,000
Kyle Walker-Peters £25,000£1,300,000
Jake Vokins £20,000£1,040,000
Willy Caballero £20,000£1,040,000
Armel Bella-Kotchap £20,000£1,040,000
Samuel Edozie £20,000£1,040,000
Valentino Livramento £10,000£520,000

The Saints will be looking to improve on their 15th place finish last season. Ralph Hasenhüttl's men will be hoping to make a push for the top half of the table, and with a few key signings, they could be in for a successful campaign. One player to watch will be Sékou Mara, who arrived from Bordeaux in the summer.

The young striker impressed in Ligue 1 last season, scoring 6 goals in 26 appearances. With his pace and power, Mara could be a key player for the Saints this season. Hasenhüttl will be aiming to develop the 19 year old even further so that he can become a consistent goal scorer in the Premier League.

Theo Walcott is the highest earning player at the club with a weekly salary of around £80k. Walcott has experience in the Premier League and his ability to score goals will have a large impact on where the team finish. If the Saints can get off to a good start and maintain their form throughout the season, they could be in for a very successful campaign.

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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