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Man City 2022-23 wages: How much do Phillips, Haaland, Alvarez & De Bruyne earn?

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Kalvin Phillips has become Manchester City’s latest star signing ahead of the 2022-23 campaign.

City have signed the 26-year-old midfielder from Leeds United in a deal worth between £45 million and £50 million, according to Sky Sports.

Phillips, who has been capped 23 times by England, told his new employers’ official website: “City have again proved to the best team in the country with an amazing squad and a manager in Pep Guardiola who is rightly considered to be the finest in the world.”

How much money will Phillips earn at Man City?

Unsurprisingly, Phillips has bagged himself a huge pay rise after joining City, with his wages increasing to a cool £150,000 a week, according to Goal.

Only seven City players are on more money than Phillips, including star summer signing Erling Haaland.

Man City’s 2022-23 wages: How much do players earn?

So let’s take a closer look at the wages of Man City’s players (wage information obtained from various sources including The Sun and Salary Sport.

Oleksandr Zinchenko | £20,000 a week

Zinchenko will be in line for a huge pay rise if he opts to stay at Man City. There’s talk that the Ukrainian could leave the Etihad Stadium, with West Ham reportedly interested.

Arijanet Muric | £20,000 a week

The goalkeeper spent last season on loan at Adana Demirspor.

Phil Foden | £30,000 a week

Foden has been locked in contract negotiations for some time now. His wages are poised to increase to around £150,000 a week once he puts pen to paper on a new deal.

Zack Steffen | £50,000 a week

Man City’s back-up goalkeeper made nine appearances in all competitions last season.

Julian Alvarez | £50,000 a week

The talented Argentine forward, 22, is believed to be earning £50k a week after signing his first City contract.

Nathan Ake | £92,000 a week

Nathan Ake could leave City before the summer transfer window closes but, as things stand, the 27-year-old is earning just shy of £100k a week.

Kyle Walker | £110,000 a week

Entering his sixth season as a Man City player, Walker’s current contract is due to expire in 2024.

Riyad Mahrez | £120,000 a week

Mahrez is close to signing a new three-year deal with City, which will see his wages rise to £160,000 a week, according to The Sun.

Aymeric Laporte | £120,000 a week

Laporte signed a six-year deal with City in February 2019.

Rodri | £121,000 a week

It seems likely that Rodri will soon be rewarded with an improved contract.

Joao Cancelo | £140,000 a week

Cancelo signed a two-year contract extension in February 2022 and is understood to be on £140k a week.

Ilkay Gundogan | £140,000 a week

Ilkay Gundogan currently has one year left to run on his contract but the 31-year-old is expected to sign a short-term deal following his title-winning exploits at the end of last season.

Bernardo Silva | £150,000 a week

One of the Premier League’s most talented footballers, Bernardo Silva could still leave Man City before the end of the transfer window. Barcelona are one of the clubs keen on signing the 27-year-old.

Kalvin Phillips | £150,000 a week

Phillips will want to cement his status as one of the first names on Guardiola’s teamsheet as soon as possible, but that won’t be straightforward.

Ruben Dias | £160,000 a week

Dias signed a new six-year contract with City in August 2021 and saw his weekly wage increase to a cool £160k a week.

Ederson | £160,000 a week

Ederson also signed a new long-term contract with City around the same time and also jumped up to the £160,000-a-week mark.

John Stones | £250,000 a week

Stones earns an eye-watering £250,000 a week but the defender’s wage still pales in comparison to the four players’ ahead of him.

Jack Grealish | £300,000 a week

Grealish’s first season at Man City was a little underwhelming and he’ll need to show more during his second season to justify that huge £300,000-a-week contract.

Raheem Sterling | £300,000 a week

Chelsea are reportedly keen to take Sterling and his wages off City’s hands before the transfer window closes.

Erling Haaland | £375,000 a week

One of the most exciting signings in Man City’s history, Haaland is expected to score goals for fun at the Etihad following his £51 million move from Borussia Dortmund. The Norwegian currently earns £375,000 a week, according to The Guardian.

Kevin De Bruyne | £400,000 a week

But Man City’s highest earner, and deservedly so, is the brilliant Kevin De Bruyne.

The Belgian is also the Premier League’s second highest earner behind Manchester United’s want-away superstar Cristiano Ronaldo.

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