Real Madrid Players Wages / Salaries 2015/2015 really have to be what we are seeing it to be because real Madrid is the richest club in the world according to both Forbes 2015 Real Madrid has always been the number one (1) in the money table for several years now since they took it over from Manchester United.
The Champions League title which the club won in 2013-14 was actually a big contributor to the success of the world’s number one (1) club, the 2013-14 Champions League title made it 10th time the clubs has carried won Champions League in their history, making them the most successful club not only in Spain but also in the world.
In Madrid’s willing to winning more trophies this 2015/2016 season they have made four wonderful signing during the summer transfers buy which cost the club a total of €46m.
Here are names of the new players bought by Real Madrid during transfer.
- Danil Luiz Da Silva (€31.5m from FC Porto)
- Casemiro (€7.5m from FC Porto)
- Lucas Vázquez (€1m from Espanyol)
- Kiko Casilla (€6m from Espanyol)
according to the Real Madrid Players Wages / Salaries 2015/2015, Cristiano Ronaldo is not only Madrid’s highest paid player but also the whole worlds highest paid footballer by earning a total of £288,000 week after the club has paid his tax totally with the tax he cost Madrid £575,000 a week. Cristiano Ronaldo is seconded by Gareth Bale that earns around £256,000 a week
Here are Real Madrid Players Wages / Salaries 2015/2015
|PLAYER||AGE||WEEKLY WAGE||CONTRACT LEFT|
|Keylor Navas||28||£55,000||5 Years (2020)|
|Kiko Casilla (new)||28||£25,000||5 Years (2020)|
|Fernando Pacheco||23||£10,000||Last Year (2016)|
|Sergio Ramos||29||£140,000||2 Years (2017)|
|Raphaël Varane||22||£80,000||5 Years (2020)|
|Pepe||32||£110,000||Last Year (2016)|
|Nacho Fernández||25||£60,000||5 Years (2020)|
|Marcelo||27||£80,000||5 Years (2020)|
|Fábio Coentrão||27||£80,000||4 Years (2019)|
|Daniel Carvajal||23||£35,000||5 Years (2020)|
|Danilo (new)||24||£60,000||6 Years (2021)|
|Álvaro Arbeloa||32||£65,000||Last Year (2016)|
|Asier Illarramendi||25||£60,000||4 Years (2019)|
|Lucas Silva||22||£50,000||5 Years (2020)|
|Casemiro (new)||23||£45,000||2 Years (2017)|
|Toni Kroos||25||£156,000||5 Years (2020)|
|Luka Modric||29||£120,000||3 Years (2018)|
|James Rodríguez||24||£120,000||5 Years (2020)|
|Isco||23||£60,000||3 Years (2018)|
|Marco Asensio||19||£10,000||5 Years (2020)|
|Denis Cheryshev||24||£25,000||2 Years (2017)|
|Cristiano Ronaldo||30||£288,000 (After Tax)||3 Years (2018)|
|Jesé||22||£30,000||2 Years (2017)|
|Gareth Bale||26||£256,000||4 Years (2019)|
|Karim Benzema||27||£150,000||4 Years (2019)|
|Lucas Vázquez (new)||24||£30,000||5 Years (2020)|
In the history now it is only Messi and Ronaldo that have salary contracts after tax with their respective clubs. Kudos to the two world best, but i think Messi should BOW for his Baba CR7. what do you think?