Wolverhampton Wanderers Players Salaries

Wolverhampton Wanderers Players Salaries – Season 2019/2020

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Wolverhampton Wanderers Players Salaries?

What are the Wolverhampton Wanderers Players Salaries for Season 2019/2020?

Which Wolverhampton Wanderers players are the highest paid?

We spent countless hours over the last few months tracking football player movement and digging through every possible article regarding Wolverhampton Wanderers we could get our hands in an attempt to bring you this list. Please note that these amounts are approximate and in no way official but we believe that through our research we can present this important information as close to accurate as you will find without seeing the signed contracts themselves.

We present to you list of the Wolverhampton Wanderers Players Salaries for 2019/2020 season (weekly wages) and the most important information and details regarding Wolverhampton Wanderers football players contracts.

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Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. 2019-20 Payroll

 
Player Gross Weekly Wages
Jose Moutinho £100,000
Rui Patricio £100,000
Patrick Cutrone £63,000
Diogo Jota £55,000
Ruben Neves £50,000
Adama Traore £43,000
Raul Jimenez £43,000
Willy Boly £40,000
Leander Dendoncker £38,000
Jonny Castro £36,000
John Ruddy £35,000
Ruben Vinagre £30,000
Romain Saiss £23,000
Ryan Bennett £20,000
Conor Coady £15,000
Wolverhampton Wanderers Players Salaries
Wolverhampton Wanderers Players Salaries

Important information regarding Wolverhampton Wanderers FC

Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club, commonly known as Wolves, is an English professional football club in Wolverhampton, West Midlands. Formed as St Luke’s F.C. in 1877, they have played at Molineux Stadium since 1889 and compete in the Premier League, the top division of English football, after winning the 2017–18 EFL Championship.

Wolves were one of the founding members of the Football League in 1888. The club in 2019–20 is enjoying its 65th season of top flight football; Wolves’s longest continuous period in the top tier was 26 consecutive seasons in the 33 years between 1932 and 1965 (n.b. there was no league football between 1939 and 1946 due to World War II). In the 1950s, Wolves were English League champions three times (1953–54, 1957–58 and 1958–59), under the management of Stan Cullis. Wolves have also finished League runners-up on five occasions, most recently in 1959–60.

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*Editor’s Note: It is extremely hard to find official Wolverhampton Wanderers Players Salaries. Through a lot of research, we were able to get as close as we possibly could to prepare a list of the Wolverhampton Wanderers Players Salaries for 2019/2020 season with the correct salaries. The salary numbers are the best representation of all of our research.