Wolverhampton Players Salaries, Weekly Wages and Transfer 2023/24

Wolverhampton Players Salaries and Weekly Wages 2022/23

Wolverhampton Players Salaries and Weekly Wages 2023/24, Salaries of players of Wolves? Which Wolves players are the highest paid?

Wolverhampton Wanderers is a Premier League club based in Wolverhampton in the West Midlands. Wolves have made quite a dent in the Premier League and finished at a decent 13th position in the 2020-21 campaign. So here we look at the Wolverhampton Players Salaries 2023.

Wolverhampton’s nickname is the Wolves.

The rivals of Wolves are other local midlands sides such as Birmingham City, Aston Villa, and West Brom. Their longest-standing rivalry is with West Brom as they contest the Black Country derby.

Wolves’ home ground is at Molineux stadium in Wolverhampton. It can host up to 31,700 fans so it is neither the biggest stadium or the smallest stadium in the Premier League.

The name Molineux comes from the 18th-century landowner. He built a hotel which is now the City Archives building, and the whole area eventually came to be a big park called Molineux Grounds. Wolves started playing there in 1889.

Wolves are one of the oldest clubs around going all the way back to 1877. There were one of 12 founder members of the Football League in 1888, and they played in the first-ever Football League game against Aston Villa. Wolves won the FA Cup in 1893, but they soon faded from prominence until after World War II.

It was in the 1950s that they hit their peak glory days. With Billy Wright as the captain and Stan Cullis as the manager, they won the league in 1954, 1958 and 1959.

Wolverhampton Wanderers Transfer: Signings 2024:

Players Age Club Transfer Fee
Matheus Cunha 24 Atlético Madrid €50.00m
Jean-Ricner Bellegarde 25 R. Strasbourg €15.00m
Santiago Bueno 24 Girona €12.00m
Boubacar Traoré 21 FC Metz €11.00m
Enso González 18 Libertad €6.00m
Tom King 28 Northampton free transfer
Matt Doherty 31 Atlético Madrid free transfer
Tommy Doyle 21 Man City loan transfer
Lemina Noha
PSG loan transfer

Wolverhampton Players Salaries per week 2023 (full squad contracts)

Player Pos. Age   Annual Salary Weekly Salary
Pablo Sarabia F 30   £4,680,000 £90,000
Nelson Semedo D 29   £4,160,000 £80,000
Matheus Cunha F 23   £3,120,000 £60,000
Boubacar Traoré M 21   £2,860,000 £55,000
Matt Doherty D 31   £2,600,000 £50,000
Pedro Neto F 22   £2,600,000 £50,000
Craig Dawson D 32   £2,340,000 £45,000
Mario Lemina M 29   £2,340,000 £45,000
Jean-Ricner Bellegarde M 24   £1,820,000 £35,000
Santiago Bueno D 24   £1,560,000 £30,000
Joao Gomes M 21 £1,560,000 £30,000
José Sá GK 30 £1,490,000 £28,654
Enso Gonzalez F 18 £1,040,000 £20,000
Bruno Jordao M 24 £780,000 £15,000
Max Kilman D 25 £780,000 £15,000
Rayan Aït-Nouri D 21 £520,000 £10,000
Daniel Bentley GK 29 £520,000 £10,000
Hugo Bueno D 20 £520,000 £10,000
Toti Gomes D 24 £520,000 £10,000
Joe Hodge M 20 £260,000 £5,000
Tom King GK 27 £260,000 £5,000
Noha Lemina M 0 - -

Wolverhampton titles

Wolves has been highly influential, most notably as one of the founder members of the Football League in 1888, and for playing an instrumental role in the establishment of the European Cup. 

Domestically, Wolverhampton Wanderers has won:
3 First Division titles

3 Championship/Second Division title

1 Second Division Play-offs

3 Third Division Play-offs

1 Fourth Division title

4 FA Cup

4 FA Community Shield

2 League Cups

In international club football, Wolverhampton Wanderers was:

UEFA Cup Runners-up in 1972.

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