Sheffield United have been a sensation - but which players earn the most money? All the wages - in pictures

Sheffield United have been a sensation - but which players earn the most money? All the wages - in pictures
Sheffield United have been a sensation - but which players earn the most money? All the wages - in pictures

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - Phil Jagielka - £50,000 a week. Getty. All figures according to Spotrac.com

Mo Besic - £30,000 a week. Getty

Lys Mousset - £25,000 a week. Getty

Oliver Norwood - £15,000 a week. Reuters

Billy Sharp - £12,000 a week. Getty

Luke Freeman - £10,000 a week. Reuters

Dean Henderson - £10,000 a week. Getty

Jack O'Connell - £10,000 a week. Getty

Leon Clarke - £9,000 a week. Getty

John Fleck - £8,000 a week. Getty

John Egan - £7,500 a week. Reuters

Simon Moore - £5,000 a week. Reuters

Kieron Freeman - £4,500 a week. Getty

George Baldock - £4,000 a week. Getty

John Lundstram - £4,000 a week. PA

Ben Osborn - £4,000 a week. Getty

Enda Stevens - £4,000 a week. Reuters

Kean Bryan - £3,000 a week. Getty

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