Top 10 Highest Paid Players In Ligue 1

Top 10 Highest Paid Players In Ligue 1

Here are the top 10 highest paid players in Ligue 1 right now

Who is currently the highest paid player in Ligue 1? We gathered some information from Transfermarkt for some of the best players in the world, that is, their current market-value stats.

This article will tell you about the top 10 highest paid players in Ligue 1 right now.

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Highest Paid Players

  1. Neymar – €4.08m
  2. Lionel Messi – €3.38m
  3. Kylian Mbappe – €2.20m
  4. Marquinhos – €1.20m
  5. Marco Verratti – €1.20m
  6. Achraf Hakimi – €1.08m
  7. Keylor Navas – €1m
  8. Angel Di Maria – €950k
  9. Gianluigi Donnarumma – €916k
  10. Georginio Wijnaldum – €916k

Neymar is the highest paid player in Ligue 1 at present. You may have thought about Lionel Messi being the highest paid player but he did accept to sign PSG on quite a low salary.

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Recently, PSG were knocked out by Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League round-of-16. Kylian Mbappe is on a verge of joining the Spanish club as he has already told the French club’s management that he is not gonna renew his contract this year.

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Not only this, PSG lost 3-0 to AS Monaco which gives Mbappe a more reasonable opportunity to join his dream club. After the loss, the French superstar had some words of appreciation for his former club.

“We lost to a great team who are playing to get into Europe. They [Monaco] were determined and carried out their game plan,” Mbappe told Amazon Prime Video after losing to his former club. “I hope they get into Europe. They deserved to win. The goal is to go for the 10th league title. The rest doesn’t matter.

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“Even if we win 8-0 or 9-0, people will still be thinking about the Champions League. We must remain professional and respect each other. We have to respect the fans who support us, the people and our families. You have to respect yourself if you have a shred of respect for what you do.”

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