Liverpool does not pay Sadio Mané the same salary as Mohamed Salah. Indeed, while the Egyptian gets £200,000 (151,097,500 FCFA) per week, the Senegalese goes home with 100,000 (75,548,750 FCFA).
Mohamed Salah earns double the salary of Sadio Mané in Liverpool. The Senegalese, who precedes the Egyptian at Anfield in the last two seasons, is not so highly valued. However, the two African stars have made up the explosive duo of the Reds for three seasons. They also shared the 2019 Golden Shoe in the Premier League.
Salah was recently on the front page of transfer news. This may explain why, according to the Mirror, he is the highest paid player at Liverpool (151,097,500 FCFA). But the Egyptian is not only a very talented player, he is also an outstanding goal scorer. Since his arrival in 2017, Salah has dominated the scoring charts in each of his three seasons at the club. This season, he is once again leading the Reds' attack with 24 goals and 4 assists in 35 games in all competitions.
However, Sadio Mane also certainly contributes to the Reds' success since his arrival in 2016. But the Senegalese, with 11 goals and 5 assists in 22 games this season, pockets a "modest" weekly salary of £100,000 (75,548,750 FCFA). Not as much as his attacking teammate, Roberto Firmino, who earns, among other things, £180,000 (135,987,750 FCFA).
Virgil van Dijk also earns £180,000 (135,987,750 FCFA) per week. But, it is Thiago Alcantara who has the second biggest paycheck in Liverpool. The Spanish summer recruit receives a weekly salary of £192,308 (145,286,290 FCFA). While the captain of the club, Jordan Henderson, earns £140,000 (105,768,250 FCFA) per week. Just like James Milner. But defensive midfielders Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Naby Keita both make £120,000 (90,658,500 FCFA) a week.
Weekly salary of Liverpool players
Salah - £200,000
Thiago - £192,308
Firmino - £180,000
Van Dijk - £180,000
Henderson - £140,000
Milner - £140,000
Keita - £120,000
Oxlade-Chamberlain - £120,000
Mane - £100,000
Matip - £100,000