Top 10 Highest Paid Players in Italian Serie A(2024)

Who is The Highest Paid Football Player in Italian Serie A

In this article, we bring you the Serie A top earners.

Highest paid players in Serie a

Italian Serie A is the top flight football in Italy. The football division is considered one of the biggest four football leagues in Europe alongside English Premier League, Spanish La Liga and German Bundesliga.

Italian Serie A has not been known for spending as big as EPL and Spanish La Liga.

However with the capture of Cristiano Ronaldo by Italian Football giant, Juventus, the narratives has changed.

Today, some of the biggest footballers in the world are playing in Italian Serie A and these top players are earning well too.

Lets take a look at the highest paid football players in Italian Serie A and find out who they are and how much they earn.

Top 10 Italian Serie A Salary Earners

Below is the list of best paid football players in Italian Serie A currently.

Cristiano Ronaldo (€31 million)

At the top of the highest paid players in Serie A is Juventus and Portuguese forward, Cristiano Ronaldo.

Since his move in 2019 to Juventus, Cristiano Ronaldo has been topping the chart of high paid players in Italian top division football with an annual salary of whooping €31 million. This salary makes Cr7 Serie A top earner.

Matthijs de Ligt (€8 million)

In second place of 10 best paid Serie A players is another Juventus player and Dutch defender, Matthijs de Ligt.

The young defender who joined Juventus from Netherland champions, Ajax is second highest paid football player in Italian Serie A with an annual salary of €8 million.

Romelu Lukaku (€7.5 million)

Belgium and Inter Milan striker, Romelu Lukaku comes third in the list of best paid players in Serie A. His yearly earnings stood at €7.5 million.

He joined the Italian football giant from Manchester United. He is the also the highest paid player in his club, Inter Milan.

Christian Eriksen (€7.5 million)

Former Tottenham midfielder who now plays for Inter Milan is also one of the highest paid players in Serie A with an annual salary same with that of his teammate, Romelu Lukaku.

He is rumored to be heading away from the club due to lack of playing time. However, before this happens, the Danish player will be cashing out big at Inter Milan.

Edin Dzeko (€7.5 million)

AS Roma skipper and Bosnia international Edin Dzeko is the highest paid player in his Italian football club AS Roma.

He is equally one of the top earners in Italian top football division with an annual salary same with Inter Milan duo, Lukaku and Eriksen.

Paulo Dybala (€ 7.3 million)

Paulo Dybala is the third highest paid player in Juventus and 6th highest paid players in Italian Series A football League.

The Argentine international has constantly been linked with a move away from Turin.

However, he seems to now have the trust of his new Manager and former teammate, Andrea Pirlo.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic (€7 million)

AC Milan attacker, Zlatan Ibrahimovic is the oldest player in Serie A to make the list of Serie A highest paid players.

The Swedish forward is earning annual salary of €7 million at AC milan. He is the highest paid player in AC Milan currently.

Aaron Ramsey (€7 million)

Juventus midfielder, Aaron Ramsey earn same salary as Zlatan Ibrahimovic which sees him also in the chart of 10 highest paid players in Serie A.

Former Arsenal midfielder who joined on free transfer in summer of 2019 is having a good spell at Old Lady stadium.

Adrien Rabiot (€7 million)

Adrien Rabiot is the fifth Juventus player in the list of top ten highest paid players in Serie A which says a lot about the financial power of Old Ladies.

The French midfielder earn same salary as his teammate, Aaron Ramsey, €7 million.

Alexis Sanchez (€7 million)

Chile and Inter Milan forward completes our list of 10 highest salary earners in Italian Serie A. He earns annual salary of €7 million.

He is third highest earner in Inter Milan. He has also had a stellar career representing Udinese, Barcelona, Manchester united, Arsenal and Inter Milan.


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