Four of the five top European leagues (England, Italy, Germany, Spain) have for the first time the season ended in July due to the impact of translation Covid-19. PSG soon crowned in France with a decision from the Government while Liverpool, Juventus, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich are very worthy of coronation.
Top 10 teams paid the highest average 2019/20 European season, according to the newspaper The Sun (UK)
These are clubs on the market incur hefty Relocated to get the biggest stars despite the wage burden "utopia". According to statistics from The Sun, the 5 of clubs above them play in groups of 10 clubs pay the most in Europe. British newspapers have taken total salary divided by the total number of players to the average salary of the team.
Accordingly, the La Liga champions Real Madrid ranked second in the list with an average of 8.5 million pounds / player. Juventus for £ 7.71 / players while PSG No. 5 with 6.19 million pounds / player. Bayern Munich standing right behind with 6.12 million pounds / players in the Liverpool ranks only eighth in this list (5.37 £ / player).
Alternating between the teams is the other European giants. Barcelona won the number one status with an average salary of 9.37 million pounds and Messi own more than 10% of this total salary (1.15 million pounds / week). With an all-star group, the Manchester City at No. 4 on the list is understandable.
However, the highest paid player of the team is De Bruyne Etihad Stadium only £ 320,000 / week. Meanwhile, neighbor Manchester United has had £ 375,000 salary / week (David de Gea). Even so, "Red Devils" only ranked seventh on the list with an average of 6.12 million pounds / player.
Ozil (left) and Bale (right) highest paid Arsenal and Real Madrid
Another club of Premier League also on the list is Arsenal with a £ 4.38 / player. However, the home side the Emirates does not have to be like that when the season ranked only eighth overall. Fortunately, teachers Arteta also won the FA Cup after beating Chelsea in the final.
The objective of the contract towering salary of the team are "bearer bond". These examples like Messi at Barcelona, Ronaldo at Juventus or Manchester City's De Bryne at. However, there are many cases counterproductive.
Mesut (£ 350,000 / week) and Gareth Bale (£ 600,000 / week) were vivid example to this problem. They are the highest paid team (Arsenal and Real Madrid), but does not contribute much to the team making the boss shook his head bored clam with "He channels" only to watch the match, then on.