The top 15 wage bills in Europe ranked including Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool

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There is another surprise Premier League club who make the top 15, courtesy of the most recent data

Liverpool and Manchester United are just two of seven Premier League clubs to make the top 15 clubs in Europe with the biggest wage bills.

The Red Devils have splurged big wages on Paul Pogba and Alexis Sanchez in the last two years in a bid to reclaim their place at the top of English football.

Arsenal secured a lucrative new deal for Mesut Ozil

With Jose Mourinho’s men sitting in eighth this time around, he is yet to see any significant development from his side. Conversely, Manchester City are riding high at the top of the league once again.

They are joined by Chelsea and Arsenal, with the London giants backing their new managers with new signings in the summer.

Liverpool spent big to bring in Naby Keita and Alisson Becker from Germany and Italy respectively, while Tottenham Hotspur sealed new contracts for Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Heung-Min Son in the past six months.

According to British business blogger The Swiss Ramble, Leicester City also join their Premier League counterparts in having one of the biggest wages bills in Europe.

Pep Guardiola has assembled one of the best squads at Europe, but at what cost?

Pep Guardiola has assembled one of the best squads at Europe, but at what cost?

Using the latest data released by the clubs on the continent, they have been able to rank the top 15 biggest spenders on wages.

So, without further ado, scroll down to see the clubs with the highest wages in Europe!

15) Leicester City

2018 wage bill – €131m

2018 wage bill – €131m

14) Tottenham Hotspur

2018 wage bill – €148m

2018 wage bill – €148m

13) Inter Milan

2018 wage bill – €156m

2018 wage bill – €156m

12) Atletico Madrid

2018 wage bill – €178m

2018 wage bill – €178m

11) Borussia Dortmund

2018 wage bill – €187m

2018 wage bill – €187m

10) Arsenal

2018 wage bill – €232m

2018 wage bill – €232m

9) Liverpool

2018 wage bill – €241m

2018 wage bill – €241m

8) Chelsea

2018 wage bill – €256m

2018 wage bill – €256m

7) Juventus

2018 wage bill – €259m

2018 wage bill – €259m

6) Bayern Munich

2018 wage bill – €265m

2018 wage bill – €265m

5) Paris Saint-Germain

2018 wage bill – €272m

2018 wage bill – €272m

4) Manchester City

2018 wage bill – €296m

2018 wage bill – €296m

3) Manchester United

2018 wage bill – €337m

2018 wage bill – €337m

2) Real Madrid

2018 wage bill – €395m

2018 wage bill – €395m

1) Barcelona

2018 wage bill – €487m

2018 wage bill – €487m



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