Real Madrid Players Salaries List 2015-2016 – Wages and Contracts

Real Madrid Players Weekly Wages and Contracts

Real Madrid Players Salaries List: The richest club according to both Forbes and French sports money magazine deloitte, Real Madrid has been no.1 in the money table for several years now since overtaking Manchester United. They won the Champions League 2013-14 title which was 10th time in clubs history making them the most successful club not only in Spain but also in the world. So their on the field performances and off the pitch marketing success is largely down to their ever present star studded squads also known as Glacticos.

After a trophy-less 2014-15 season Real Madrid sacked Carlo Ancelotti and appointed Rafa Banitez clubs new manager, but unlike recent seasons Real Madrid has been relatively quite in the summer window so far only brought in a few squad players and let go Iker Casillas. Their persuit of signing De Gea is still on and he might join Madrid before the La Liga seasons gets underway. Here are the transfers made by Real Madrid so far.

  • Danil Luiz Da Silva (€31.5m from FC Porto)
  • Casemiro (€7.5m from FC Porto)
  • Lucas Vázquez (€1m from Espanyol)
  • Kiko Casilla (€6m from Espanyol)

While Sami Khadira, Iker Casillas left the club on free transfers. Real Madrid did manage to extend Sergio Ramos contract and still have a good chance of signing David De Gea. Below is the current squad and their salaries.

Real Madrid Players Salaries List:

Cristiano Ronaldo is not only highest paid player in the Real Madrid Players Salaries List but also worlds highest paid footballer earning a massive £288,000 a week which is after tax which means he cost around £575,000 a week to Real Madrid if we count the tax Real Madrid has to pay on his salary which is around 52% in Spain.

Gareth Bale also signed a 6 year deal with Real madrid couple of years ago and his salary is around £250,000 a week but that is before tax, making him the second highest paid in the Real Madrid Players Salaries List.

Only Ronaldo and Messi have after tax salary contracts with their respective clubs. Here is the full squad of real madrid, their salaries and contract expire dates.

Real Madrid Players Salaries List

PLAYER

AGE

WEEKLY WAGE

CONTRACT LEFT

Keylor Navas

28

£55,000

5 Years (2020)

Kiko Casilla (new)

28

£25,000

5 Years (2020)

Fernando Pacheco

23

£10,000

Last Year (2016)

Sergio Ramos

29

£140,000

2 Years (2017)

Raphaël Varane

22

£80,000

5 Years (2020)

Pepe

32

£110,000

Last Year (2016)

Nacho Fernández

25

£60,000

5 Years (2020)

Marcelo

27

£80,000

5 Years (2020)

Fábio Coentrão

27

£80,000

4 Years (2019)

Daniel Carvajal

23

£35,000

5 Years (2020)

Danilo (new)

24

£60,000

6 Years (2021)

Álvaro Arbeloa

32

£65,000

Last Year (2016)

Asier Illarramendi

25

£60,000

4 Years (2019)

Lucas Silva

22

£50,000

5 Years (2020)

Casemiro (new)

23

£45,000

2 Years (2017)

Toni Kroos

25

£156,000

5 Years (2020)

Luka Modric

29

£120,000

3 Years (2018)

James Rodríguez

24

£120,000

5 Years (2020)

Isco

23

£60,000

3 Years (2018)

Marco Asensio

19

£10,000

5 Years (2020)

Denis Cheryshev

24

£25,000

2 Years (2017)

Cristiano Ronaldo

30

£288,000 (After Tax)

3 Years (2018)

Jesé

22

£30,000

2 Years (2017)

Gareth Bale

26

£256,000

4 Years (2019)

Karim Benzema

27

£150,000

4 Years (2019)

Lucas Vázquez (new)

24

£30,000

5 Years (2020)

One thought on “Real Madrid Players Salaries List 2015-2016 – Wages and Contracts

  1. Edogwu Ernest ogwu says:

    Ronaldo the highest paid he deserve it,

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