Crystal Palace Players Salaries 2019 New Contract & Wage

Posted on January 16, 2019, 5:01 pm
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Crystal Palace Football Club or simply known as Crystal Palace is an English club which used to take part in the English top flight Premier League every season. The club was founded on 10th September 1905 which was almost 113 years ago and the club is also nicknamed as the Eagles. Crystal Palace or CPFC yet to win any Premier League title since when the competition’s name was changed to Premier League on 20th February 1992. But our today’s topic is to find out the Crystal Palace players salaries details.

Crystal Palace Players Salaries 2019 New Contract & Wage

Crystal Palace Players Celebrate

If we look to the current team squad of CPFC, we see that Serbian midfielder Luka Milivojevic is the current captain there. There are also a number of reputed players there and among them German player Max Meyer, French player Mamadou Sakho, Belgian forward Christian Benteke are well-known. All of them used to get a very handsome amount from the club. So, let’s take a look below where we present the Crystal Palace players salaries details so far.

Crystal Palace Players Salaries

S/N Player Name Nation Current Age Position Weekly Wage Contract Left
1. Julian Speroni Arg 39 GK £25,000 1 Year
2. Joel Ward Eng 29 DF £35,000 1 Year
3. Patrick van Aanholt Ned 28 DF 3 Years
4. Luka Milivojevic Ser 27 MF 2 Years
5. James Tomkins Eng 29 DF £45,000 3 Years
6. Scott Dann Eng 31 DF £60,000 2 Years
7. Max Meyer Ger 23 MF 4 Years
8. Cheikhou Kouyate Sen 29 MF 4 Years
9. Andros Townsend Eng 27 MF £80,000 3 Years
10. Wilfried Zaha Ivo 26 FW £110,000 4 Years
11. Mamadou Sakho Fra 28 DF £100,000 3 Years
12. Wayne Hennessey Wal 31 GK £20,000 1 Year
13. Jordan Ayew Gha 27 FW Loan
14. Jeffrey Schlupp Gha 26 DF £56,000 3 Years
15. Christian Benteke Bel 28 FW £120,000 2 Years
16. James McArthur Sco 31 MF £50,000 1 Year
17. Connor Wickham Eng 25 FW £60,000 1 Year
18. Sullay Kaikai Eng 23 MF
19. Pape Souare Sen 28 DF £30,000 1 Year
20 Aaron Wan-Bissaka Eng 21 DF
21. Vicente Guaita Spa 32 GK 3 Years
22. Martin Kelly Eng 28 DF £25,000 1 Year
23. Sam Woods Eng DF
24. Jairo Riedewald Ned 22 MF £40,000 4 Years

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Crystal Palace Highest Paid Players

Now, we are considering the highest paid players of the club Crystal Palace. According to the above-listed table, Belgium forward Christian Benteke is the highest paid player. He is receiving almost £120,000 in every week. Benteke joined at the Selhurst Park on 20th August 2016 from Liverpool by making four years agreement and the transfer cost was £27 million. He has still two years agreement with his current club CPFC. With them, he played already 71 appearances and scored 18 goals so far.

Ivory Coast forward Wilfried Zaha is the 2nd highest paid player in Crystal Palace. He passed his youth career with the club and also started his professional career with them. On 2013, he moved to Manchester United and during this time, he spent two loan seasons with Crystal Palace so far. Finally, on 28th August 2014, he returned to the Crystal Palace by making a long deal. However, he started to play with England national team and played a couple of games with the national side. Later, on 2017 he moved to the Ivory Coast national team and till now, made 8 international appearances with them.

Mamadou Sakho is the 3rd highest paid player in the club. He is earning £100,000 every week. Mamadou Sakho is a French defender and playing for France national team since 2010. He started his professional career with French top flight Paris Saint Germain and later in 2013, he moved to Liverpool. On 31st August 2017, Sakho made a four years agreement with Crystal Palace with a fee of £24 million along with £2 million add-ons.


According to the above-listed statistics, we can clearly see the Crystal Palace players salaries considering the recent time. We also see the three highest paid players list. The rest players also earning a good amount from the club.

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