The 10 highest paid clubs in Europe

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Over the past two decades, football has become a huge industry that has made billions of dollars in profits for the major clubs and their stars at the European level, which explains the high annual salaries that clubs spend on players.

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.

Source : websites