Premier League in England is quite possibly of the most watched and followed League on the planet considering the degree of rivalries and furthermore the players playing in it. Playing in the Premier League is the fantasy of numerous players who are as yet searching for the opportunity to be found in the English topflight.
Years back, the Super Eagles striker was endorsed by Premier League side Liverpool, yet he didn't be able to play for the Anfield landowners. In any case, there are players who are procuring enthusiastic about a week after week premise in the Premier League as Cristiano Ronaldo gives off an impression of being the most generously compensated player in England.
The following is the rundown of top 5 most generously compensated players in the EPL
1. Cristiano Ronaldo - £510,000 per week
2. Kevin de Bruyne - £400,000 per week
3. David De Gea - £375,000 per week
4. Mohamed Salah - £350,000 per week
5. Jadon Sancho £350,000 per week
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