Ac Milan players salaries are now revealed. but before jumping towards it, let’s take a look at how Ac Milan is doing in Serie-A.
Ac Milan is currently in the second spot of this year’s Serie-A. Behind Napoli on the base of goal difference. Club’s mentality and approach change after Palau Maldni takes the director control. Ac Milan team starts looking promising again in the league competition. So far 13 matches have been played by Ac Milan and they manage to win 10 matches. Scoring 29 goals. Milan collected 32 points from the possible 39 points.
However, to win the league, Ac Milan needs to do a good transfer in the upcoming January window. Last season, Ac Milan rivals Inter Milan breaks the Juventus 7-years dominance and won the Serie-A by doing smart transfers.
Wage struture of Ac milan players salaries
AC Milan has the fourth-highest gross wage bill in Serie-A. it is believed that Ac Milan is paying €125 million on salaries this season. Juventus hold the top position in wage bills with a spending of €300 million. Inter Milan with €140 million comes at second place. As Roma with the net spending of €125 million comes at third.
A collective amount of €1360 million will be paid in wages in the 2021/2022 season of Serie-A, which is the highest number in the last decade.
Ac Milan did some good transfers in the summer by bringing the likes of Giroud from Chelsea with mere spending of € 1 million.
Now there are 29 players in the squad of Ac Milan for the 2021/2022 season.
|Name||Age||Salary ( Yearly)||Contract|
|Alessio Romagnoli||26||€ 9,260,000||2022 (1 year)|
|Zlatan Ibrahimovic||39||€ 8,970,000||2022 (1 year)|
|Alessandro Florenzi||30||€ 5,560,000||2022 (1 year)|
|Tiemoué Bakayoko||27||€ 4,630,000||2023 (2 years)|
|Ante Rebic||27||€ 4,490,000||2025 (4 years)|
|Olivier Giroud||34||€ 4,490,000||2023 (2 years)|
|Franck Kessié||24||€ 4,070,000||2022 (2 years)|
|Andrea Conti||27||€ 3,700,000||2022 (1 year)|
|Davide Calabria||24||€ 3,700,000||2025 (4 years)|
|Mike Maignan||26||€ 3,590,000||2026 (5 years)|
|Samu Castillejo||26||€ 2,780,000||2023 (2 years)|
|Ismaël Bennacer||23||€ 2,780,000||2024 (3 years)|
|Fikayo Tomori||23||€ 2,560,000||2025 (4 years)|
|Sandro Tonali||21||€ 2,220,000||2026 (5 years)|
|Rade Krunic||27||€ 2,040,000||2024 (3 years)|
|Simon Kjaer||32||£1,920,000||2024 (3 years)|
|Brahim Díaz||22||£1,920,000||2023 (2 years)|
|Theo Hernández||23||£1,920,000||2024 (3 years)|
|Junior Messias||30||£1,850,000||2022 ( 1 year)|
|Rafael Leão||22||£1,790,000||2024 ( 3 years)|
|Ciprian Tatarusanu||35||£1,540,000||2023 (2 years)|
|Antonio Mirante||38||£1,300,000||2022 (1 year)|
|Fodé Ballo-Touré||24||£1,280,000||2025 (4 years)|
|Pietro Pellegri||20||£1,280,000||2022 (1 year)|
|Alexis Saelemaekers||22||£1,280,000||2024 ( 3 years)|
|Matteo Gabbia||21||£1,110,000||2024 (3 years)|
|Pierre Kalulu||21||£770,000||2025 (4 years)|
|Alessandro Plizzari||21||£650,000||2023 (2 years)|
|Daniel Maldini||19||£560,000||2024 (3 years)|