Inter wages: How much does each player earn?

Martin Macdonald
Inter striker Lautaro Martinez

In 2020/21 Inter ended a decade long period of dominance to Juventus to reclaim the Scudetto, with Antonio Conte leading the club to top spot in Serie A.

Inter remain one of the biggest clubs in the world, attracting world class players.

With that comes not only big money spent on transfers, but also wages.

The club is not in a healthy financial situation currently which is what ultimately led to the departures of Romelu Lukaku and Achraf Hakimi in the summer for significant transfer fees.

Other players were recruited either on free transfers, loans, or small fees as they attempt to balance the books.

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Even with those exits, there are still some players on massive money in the black and blue side of San Siro.

How much does every Inter player earn?

PlayerAgeSalaryContract Expiry
Christian Eriksen29€14.8m2024
Alexis Sanchez32€11.4m2023
Arturo Vidal34€10.6m2022
Edin Dzeko35€9.3m2023
Ivan Perisic32€8.2m2022
Stefan de Vrij29€7.5m2023
Marcelo Brozovic28€7m2022
Samir Handanovic37€6.4m2022
Aleksandar Kolarov35€6.1m2022
Milan Skriniar26€5.8m2023
Lautaro Martinez24€5m2023
Nicolo Barella24€5m2024
Matias Vecino30€5m2022
Hakan Calhanoglu27€4.5m2024
Danilo D'Ambrosio33€4.1m2022
Denzel Dumfries25€4m2025
Stefano Sensi26€3.7m2024
Joaquin Correa27€3.5mLOAN
Andrea Ranocchia33€3.4m2022
Alessandro Bastoni22€3.1m2023
Roberto Gagliardini27€2.8m2023
Matteo Darmian31€2.4m2024
Ionut Radu24€2.1m2024
Federico Dimarco23€1m2023

Christian Eriksen is currently the highest paid player at Inter despite not being medically cleared to play currently following his cardiac arrest during the European Championships.

Examinations and tests are ongoing to see whether the Dane will be allowed to play ever again.

Unfortunately for Inter, their three highest earners are players who don't regularly feature in the starting XI - Eriksen, Alexis Sanchez and Arturo Vidal.

Inter will certainly be worried about the summer of 2022 as they have no less than eight members of the first team squad who will be out of contract.

Samir Handanovic, Vidal, Ivan Perisic, Andrea Ranocchia, Aleksandar Kolarov, Danilo D'Ambrosio, Matias Vecino and Marcelo Brozovic are all within the last 12 months of their current deals.

Though the club will be happy to get he likes of Vidal off the wage bill due to his high salary and minimal impact on the starting XI, they will be keen to renew the contract of Brozovic in particular as he is a key starter in midfield.

New signing Edin Dzeko immediately becomes one of the highest earners at Inter as the reason for the minimal transfer fee from Roma is that Inter knocked down the price and eventually agreed on a permanent transfer for the Bosnian rather than a loan deal.

Roma wanted to get rid of Dzeko's wages and so were prepare to accept a lower fee.