The Premier League’s annual wage bill for players comes in around £3 billion or a massive £58m per week!
In the last three years with no football Premier League clubs have shelled out £174m so far to players.
Top the wage bill is Manchester United with a £332m annual wage bill or £6.4m each and every week.
Next is Manchester City with a wage bill of £316m per annum or £6m per week.
Premier League leaders Liverpool are next with £303m per year or £5.8m per week.
Fourth placed is Chelsea on £281m per year or £5.4m each and every week.
Next up is Arsenal with a wage bill of £281m or £4.5m every week
Spurs are next with an annual wage bill of £177m or £3.4m per week
Then it is Everton with an annual outlay if £167m or £3.2m per week.
Finally West Ham with an annual wage bill of £136m or £2.6m per week.
All figures are based on the 2018/2019 season so real figures could be much higher.