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Neymar's monthly salary shakes the world .. Messi, than Embape!

Neymar’s monthly salary shakes the world .. Messi, than Embape!

Brazilian Saint-Germain’s French star Brazilian Neymar earns four million euros a month, while his team’s average monthly salary is 990,000 euros, according to the French sports newspaper L’Equipe in its Tuesday edition.
Saint-Germain has also been ranked in the top 14 French league players’ rankings by L’Equipe, which has been funded by the Paris Club’s Qatar Sports Investment since 2011.
Neymar, who came to Saint-Germain in 2017 with the largest contract in history (222 million euros), tops the list with his total monthly salary of 4,083,000 euros (before taxes). Barcelona (3 3,375,000), Kylian Mbabane (2 2.2 million), the deal expires next summer.
We have to go to 15th place to find Monaco striker Wissam Ben Yedder (650 thousand euros), the first player not to wear the capital’s club shirt.
According to L’Equipe, Cristiano Ronaldo is the highest paid player in Europe outside of France, earning 2. 2.6 million a month pre-tax through his new club Manchester United.
The average salary at Saint-Germain is 990,000 euros per month, while the average salary of all French league clubs is 100,000 euros (67,000 without Saint-Germain).
Marseille comes after Saint-Germain in the list of clubs that spend the most (average gross salary is 226,000 euros per month), followed by Monaco (185 thousand euros), Nice (130 thousand euros) and Lyon (120 thousand euros). Clermont finished last in 20 clubs (ஆயிரம் 20,000).
According to L’Equipe, the salary of French league clubs this season was 7 1.73 billion, down from 1. 1.38 billion in the 2018-2019 season, with “Ligue 1″‘s total revenue down 29% since March. “Mediapro” with the broadcaster of league matches 2020 especially due to the effects of the corona virus outbreak and the collapse of the contract.

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