SafeBettingSites revealed a list of the 10 European clubs that spent the most on players ’salaries in the 2019-2020 season.
Barcelona topped the list, with the average salaries of its players reaching $ 12.28 million, after the Catalan club achieved record revenues of about $ 960 million in the 2018-2019 season.
Real Madrid, the Spanish league champion, the owner of the largest football brand in the world, ranked second on the list with an average salary of $ 11.15 million, followed by Juventus, the Italian league champion ($ 10.11 million).
Statistics show that Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus are the only three European clubs with an average annual salary of $ 10 million.
English clubs dominate the following positions until the tenth, with Manchester City occupying fourth place ($ 9.15 million), followed by Paris Saint-Germain ($ 8.93 million), and Bayern Munich ($ 8.12 million).
Manchester United ($ 8.02 million), Premier League champion Liverpool ($ 7.25 million), Atletico Madrid ($ 7.04 million), and Arsenal ($ 6.27 million) occupy the places from seventh to tenth, respectively.
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