Ghanaian top class midfielder Thomas Teye Partey is making Ghana proud. Currently he is the highest paid player in his club, Arsenal but he is the fifth highest paid player in the list of the highest paid player at every Premier league club.
This list entails all the highest paid players in the various clubs in the 2022/2023 Premier league season.
This implies that, the player with the highest salary in a particular club in the Premier league is included in the list. And then all these players are ranked based on the amount of money they take as salary every week.
And Thomas Partey found himself in the list. He is the highest paid player at Arsenal but with the highest paid player at every club in the league he was ranked 5th with £200,000 every week.
The highest paid player among them is Cristiano Ronaldo. He takes home £510,000 every week. And that also makes him the highest player at Manchester United.
Kelvin De Bruyne falls on the 2nd position with £400,000. Mohammed Salah follows with an amount of £350,000.
Chelsea superstar N'Golo Kante takes home £290,000. And he ranks as the 4th highest paid player, but the highest paid player at Chelsea. With the 5th position, Thomas Partey equals that position with Harry Kane or Ndombele.
And the highest paid player at his club but the lowest among the 20 players is Ethan Horvath. He takes home £19,000 per week.
Below is the list.
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