Tikteknu: clip summarizing today's events in sports, 16.4 (Sport1)
In England, they are dealing with the championship race that reopened yesterday (Sunday) after Arsenal ended in a disappointing 2:2 with West Ham and failed to re-increase the gap over Manchester City.
Besides the battle for the title, the salaries of the biggest earners of all the Premier League teams were revealed in the Kingdom, with surprising numbers and one Norwegian striker above them all.
Arling Holland, who just joined Manchester City last summer, is not only the biggest earner in the champion, but in the entire league.
The striker who equaled Mohamed Salah's record of goals in the season with 32 goals, earns no less than 865 thousand pounds including monstrous bonuses. Right after the Norwegian is Liverpool's Egyptian with a new contract he signed in the summer, in which he pockets 385 thousand pounds A week.
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by a margin above the Egyptian.
Holland and Salah (Photo: Reuters)
Casemiro is the third place player with £375,000, while Raheem Sterling with £350,000 a week at Chelsea.
The player who earns the least in the league is Brentford's Brian Ambomo with only £50,000, while above him is Bournemouth's Jefferson Larema with an income of £55,000 a week for the Cherries.
The most "stingy" group?
Embomo (Photo: Reuters)
Erling Holland (Manchester City)
Mohamed Salah (Liverpool)
Casemiro (Manchester United)
Raheem Sterling ( 'Lesi)
Harry Kane (Tottenham)
Gabriel Jesus (Arsenal)
Lucas Paquette (West Ham) and Jamie Vardy (Leicester )
Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace) and Aleksandar Mitrovic (Fulham)
Philippe Coutinho (Aston Villa), Calum Wilson (Newcastle), Yiri Mina (Everton) and G.
C. Lingard (Nottingham Forest) - £120,000
James Ward Prowse (Southampton)
Jorginho Rutter (Leeds)
Pablo Sarabia (Wolves)
Lewis Dunk (Brighton)
Jefferson Larma (Bournemouth)
Brian Ambomo (Brentford)