Liverpool wages: How much does each player earn?

Martin Macdonald
Mohamed Salah celebrates for Liverpool against Norwich in the Premier League

Liverpool are one of the biggest clubs in the world and recently established themselves as one of the elite teams not only in England, but in Europe too.

Under the tenure of Jurgen Klopp, the Reds have won the Champions League and also won the Premier League title for the first time, which was also their first top division championship in 30 years.

In the summer of 2021, only Ibrahima Konate arrived for big money, with the club putting their focus instead on contract renewals for key players.

Over recent months, Jordan Henderson, Virgil van Dijk, Fabinho, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Alisson have all put pen to paper on new deals.


Liverpool are still sweating over the future of Mohamed Salah, though, as the Egyptian is allegedly asking for wages of £500,000 per week to sign a new contract.

According to Spotrac, this is how much each Liverpool player earns.

How much does every Liverpool player earn?

PlayerAgeSalaryContract Expiry
Virgil van Dijk30€13m (£11.4m)2025
Thiago30€12m (£10.4m)2024
Mohamed Salah29€12m (£10.4m)3023
Trent Alexander-Arnold22€11m (£9.3m)2025
Roberto Firmino29€11m (£9.3m)2023
Fabinho27€11m (£9.3m)2026
Alisson28€9m (£7.8m)2027
Jordan Henderson31€8.5m (£7.3m)2025
James Milner35€8.5m (£7.3m)2022
Naby Keita26€7.2m (£6.2m)2023
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain28€7.2m (£6.2m)2023
Sadio Mane29€6m (£5.2m)2023
Joel Matip30€6m (£5.2m)2024
Diogo Jota24€5.5m (£4.7m)2025
Joe Gomez24€4.5m (£3.9m)2024
Takumi Minamino26€4.5m (£3.9m)2024
Ibrahima Konate22€4.2m (£3.6m)2026
Nat Phillips24€4m (£3.4m)2025
Divock Origi26€3.6m (£3.1m)2022
Konstantinos Tsimikas25€3.6m(£3.1m)2025
Adrian34€3.5m (£3m)2022
Andy Robertson27€3m (£2.6m)2026
Neco Williams20€1.5m (£1.3m)2025
Curtis Jones20€455k (£390k)2025
Harvey Elliott18€408k (£350k)2026
Caoimhin Kelleher22€364k(£312k)2026

In 2022, the contracts of James Milner, Divock Origi, Adrian and Loris Karius will expire.

The next year in 2023 could prove to be a crucial summer for Liverpool and one that may represent the end of an era as in addition to Salah; Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Naby Keita will also see their current deals expire.

At the moment, the highest-earning player at Liverpool is Van Dijk following his recently signed new contract.

Thiago Alcantara was previously the highest earner following his move from Bayern Munich, but he is now in second alongside Salah.

Salah, though, will more than likely become the best-paid player in the club's history should he sign a new contract to remain at Anfield.

As well as the Egyptian, one player who is reportedly in line for a new contract as Andy Robertson, as you can see from the table above he is actually one of the lowest-paid key members of the squad.

News reports suggest he could be offered a new deal on double his current salary.