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Bayern Munich made a very significant change in their strategy when last summer they paid Tottenham around €100 million for Harry Kane, in addition to the already revealed huge salary of €25 million, so the English striker is the most expensive player in the history of the German Bundesliga and probably the highest earner ever.
On the other hand, it was quite clear that Daniel Peretz, who was acquired from Maccabi Tel Aviv, is one of Bayern Munich's lowest earners in light of the 1.25 million euros that will go into his bank account this season, before various bonuses and bonuses that he may receive for his achievements if he plays and the achievements of the team.
But is Daniel Perez really ranked last on the list of earners in the Bavarian luxury club? BavarianFootballWorks revealed the full list of earners on Monday night, and as expected, the 23-year-old goalkeeper, who will soon be out of the squad when Manuel Neuer returns from injury and relegates him to the third highest paid goalkeeper position in the hierarchy, is the lowest paid goalkeeper in the team.
Harry Kane earns almost €24 million more than him. Daniel Perez/Official website, Bayern Munich
Harry Kane is followed by goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, who earns €21 million each season. He is immediately followed by another veteran star, Thomas Muller, who earns €20.5 million per season, according to the publication. Leroy Sané gets €20 million per season and Josué Kimmich rounds out the top five with a base salary of €19.5 million. Also in the top earners are Serge Gnabry (18.87), Leon Goretzka (18) and Kingsley Coman (17).
Matthijs de Licht duo Kim Min-jae, who arrived this summer from Napoli, earn €16 million and €12 million respectively, followed on the list by Alphonso Davies who earns €11.25 million per season and Dayo Upamecano earns €10 million. Konrad Laimer earns 9 million euros per season, Rafael Guerreiro and Noussair Mazraoui 8 and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting brings in 7 million euros per season.
At the bottom is Daniel Peretz, who reportedly earns 1.5 million euros per season, or 29,5 euros a week, and before him is Jamal Musiala (4), Mathis Tal (2), Sven Ulreich who is ahead of Peretz in the hierarchy between the rafters with 1 million euros per season and Boneh Sarr who earns slightly more than the Israeli, 9.<> million euros.
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