Paris Saint Germain Players Salary (Weekly Wages)

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Paris Saint Germain Players Salary – Talking about European Football, Paris Saint Germain is one of the greatest team. The latest news mentions that Neymar Jr is just transferred from Barcelona to this French Football club. Previously, Zlatan Ibrahimovic also plays for this club. No wonder PSG becomes the most notable professional football team. It plays in Ligue 1, the highest tier of football in France.

Meet Paris Saint-Germain

The full name of this football club is Paris Saint-Germain Football Club. It is also known as Les Rouge-et-Bleu (The Red-and-Blues) and Les Parisiens (The Parisians). It is founded in 1970 and based in Parc des Princes stadium which has 47,929 seating capacity. They have won 33 times that include Ligue 1, French Super Cups, French League Cups, and French Cups. They also win the UEFA Intertoto Cup and UEFA Cup in their international rank. That’s why PSG football team becomes the most successful French football team in history.

Furthermore, Paris Saint-Germain FC becomes the only team that never been relegated from Ligue 1. They become one of two French football clubs that conquered a major European title. They are well-known in their own homeland. Their long-standing rival is Olympique de Marseille. The match between these great teams is the most notorious one that is famous as Le Classique. Paris FC X Stade Saint-Germain

Paris FC X Stade Saint-Germain

Back then, Paris Saint Germain is a fusion of Stade Saint-Germain (that is founded in Saint-Germain-en-Laye in 1904) and Paris FC. As Daniel Hechter, a fashion designer takes over the team, the team takes flight in 1973. They win and are promoted to the first division when Just Fontaine coaches them. Slowly, they attract some great players like Carlos Bianchi and Mustapha Dahleb. Five years later, in 1978, Francis Borelli coaches the team substituting Daniel Hechter. He leads them to win the Coupe de France in 1982 and 1983 for the silverware. The team also wins the 1986 league. Dominique Rocheteau, Luiz Fernandez, and Safet Susic take important roles for this success.

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How the Team Develops
In 1991, PSG is taken over by Canal+. The team is propelled to the forefront of the European game. They reach semi-finals in a row from 1993 to 1997. They also win the second league in 1994. All thanks to Valdo, George Weah, and David Ginola. Two years later, the team wins the UEFA Cup. It becomes a crowning moment for their players like Bernard Lama, Paul Le Guen, Bruno N’Gotty, Youri Djorkaeff, Vincent Guerin, Daniel Bravo, and Alain Roche.

By the beginning of the 21st century, the PSG Squad recruits new players with amazing abilities like Pauleta and Ronaldinho. This club has new owners with their ambitious project; president Nasser Al-Khelaifi and Oryx Qatar Sports Investments. This project is alive with Marco Verratti, Edinson Cavani, and Zlatan Ibrahimovic plus their newest player; Neymar Jr. The main goal of this project is taking Paris Saint-Germain FC to the European game summits.

PSG Players Salaries Weekly Wages:

Name Players Weekly Wage Age Contract End
Gigi Buffon € 96,000 40 30/06/2019
Kevin Trapp € 75,000 27 30/06/2020
A. Aréola € 40,000 24 30/06/2019
Thiago Silva € 200,000 32 30/06/2020
R.Descamps € 5,000 21 30/06/2019
Marquinhos € 90,000 23 30/06/2019
Thilo Kehrer 21 30/06/2023
Adrien Rabiot € 60,000 22 30/06/2019
P.Kimpembe € 50,000 21 30/06/2021
Layvin Kurzawa € 75,000 24 30/06/2020
T. Meunier € 60,000 25 30/06/2020
Marco Verratti € 150,000 24 30/06/2021
Dani Alves € 230,000 34 30/06/2019
Lassana Diarra 32 30/06/2019
Julian Draxler € 100,000 23 30/06/2021
Edinson Cavani € 130,000 30 30/06/2020
Ángel Di María € 210,000 29 30/06/2019
Kylian Mbappe € 350,000 18 30/06/2021
Neymar € 500,000 25 30/06/2022

PSG Identity

Paris Saint Germain is represented by their traditional colors; Red, Blue, and White. It is a combination of the city of Paris representation (Red and Blue) and the commune of Saint-Germain-en-Laye (white). The Eiffel Tower in the blue and red background represents the French Capital. The royal symbol of the Fleur de Lys is also presented here. The team adopts historical and popular mottos; “Ici, c’est Paris” which means “Here is Paris!” and “Paris est magic” which means “Paris is magic!”

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