Search For A Tottenham Player
|Name||Weekly Wages||Annual Wages|
|Richarlison de Andrade||£100,000||£5,200,000|
Tottenham finished last season in good form, securing a place in the Champions League. Manager Antonio Conte will be hoping to build on that success this season, and he has been busy in the transfer market, bringing in Richarlison, Christian Romero and Bissouma. With a strong squad at his disposal, Conte will be expecting Tottenham to challenge for silverware this season. However, they will face stiff competition from the likes of Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal, who are also gunning for trophies.
Richarlison got 10 goals and 5 assists for Everton last season. With Tottenham's attacking options already looking strong, Richarlison must ensure that he makes the most of his opportunities if he wants to cement his place in the team. However, there is little doubt that he has the potential to become a top player.
Bissouma has established himself as one of the Premier League's best young midfielders while at Brighton. His energy, athleticism and technical ability make him the perfect fit for Tottenham's style of play. Tottenham acted quickly to secure Bissouma's signature as many clubs were trying to sign him.
Steven Bergwijn left over the summer to join Ajax. At Ajax, he will have more time on the pitch to develop his skills.
It is of little surprise that Kane and Son top the wages chart at Tottenham. Son joined Salah on 23 league goals last season, earning them the Golden Boot. Kane was not far behind with 17 goals and 9 assists. There is no doubt that both players are worth every penny of their £200,000 per week wages, and they will be crucial to Tottenham's success this season.
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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