Leicester City Players Salaries 2023 (Contract Leaked)

Leicester City having net worth of £51,61 million is looking forward to extending their annual wage bill for season 2023 to £75 million and this huge splash of money includes the recruitment of some new faces in this team. As James Maddison from Norwich FC will join this team for £22.50 million whereas Ricardo Pereira with £19.80 million contract is considered as the 2nd highest paid athlete of this team.

Jonny Evans with £3.60 million contract is another expensive choice of Leicester City for current season whereas Ahmed Musa after extension of his contract is earning £12 million and Namplays Mendy after prolonging his deal enabled to extend his salary to £9 million while Bartosz Kapustka is making around £5.5 million annually.

Leicester City spends major part of their annual income on their players salaries as the total salaries of this team touches the mark of £66 million which includes £27 million for all forward players whereas £20.3 million is paid annually to all the midfielders of this team while £13.3 million is earned by the defenders of this team and the goalkeepers are getting £5.3 million in current season.

No. Names Position Annual Salary
1 Jamie Vardy Forward £5,200,000
2 Kasper Schmeichel Goalkeeper £4,160,000
3 Adrien Silva Midfielder £4,160,000
4 Islam Slimani Forward £4,160,000
5 Ahmed Musa Forward  £3,380,000
6 Kelechi Iheanacho Forward  £3,120,000
7 Wes Morgan Defender  £3,120,000
8 Christian Fuchs Defender £2,600,000
9 Demarai Gray Forward   £2,600,000
10 Vicente Iborra Midfielder  £2,600,000
11 Nampalys Mendy Midfielder  £2,600,000
12 Marc Albrighton Midfielder   £2,340,000
13 Danny Simpson Defender £2,340,000
14 Yohan Benalouane Defender  £2,080,000
15 Andy King Midfielder £2,080,000
16 Harry Maguire Defender  £2,080,000
17 Onyinye Ndidi Midfielder £1,668,333
18 Bartosz Kapustka Midfielder £1,560,000
19 Leonardo Ulloa Forward  £1,560,000

Leicester City had earned £93 million after winning Premier League title back in 2014-15 and this massive amount helped them to make some expensive signings including their contracts with Jamie Vardy who earns £80,000 per week and Riyad Mahrez for £55,000 weekly. Leicester City also earned 71.6 million from Premier League TV sponsors and enabled to extend their annual wage bill from £36.6 million to £48.5 million.