Top 10 highest Paid Football players in Bundesliga 2024

Bundesliga is one of the most popular Football leagues globally. The league has hosted some of world’s best Football players such as, Robert Lewandowski, Marco Reus, Manuel Neuer, Arjen Robben and many more. Footballers in the Germany division are paid handsomely just like in other top Football leagues.

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The list below comprises the highest paid Footballers in Bundesliga.

10. Kim Min-jae (Bayern Munich) – €230,769 (€12,000,000)

Bayern Munich completed the signing of South Korean defender Kim Min-jae from Italian champions Napoli, reportedly for a fee of 50 million euros ($55 million). The Bavarian powerhouse secured his services on a five-year contract, extending through June 2028.

9. Matthijs de Ligt (Bayern Munich) – €307,692 (€16,000,000)

In 2022, Bayern Munich secured Matthijs de Ligt on a five-year contract for a sum that could reach €80 million (£68 million/$81.67 million), acquiring him from Juventus. Initially, the Bavarian club paid €70 million, with an additional potential €10 million tied to performance-related add-ons.

8. Kingsley Coman (Bayern Munich) – €326,923 (€17,000,000)

Kingsley Coman, the 26-year-old French international, prolonged his contract with FC Bayern until 2027, extending it from its original end date of June 30, 2023. He made his move permanent to the German record champions in 2017 after a successful two-year loan spell from Juventus. Coman etched his name in Bayern’s history by securing the winning goal in the 2020 Champions League final against Paris Saint-Germain.

7. Leon Goretzka (Bayern Munich) – €346,154 (€18,000,000)

The Germany international joined the Bavarians in 2018 on a free transfer after his contract ran out at Schalke. At the time before joining Bayern Munich, clubs such as Juventus, Liverpool and Arsenal were interested in his signature.

The 26-year-old recently extended his stay at Allianz Arena until 2026 and his weekly wage was upped to  €346,000 per week.

6. Serge Gnabry (Bayern Munich) – €362,885 (€18,870,000)

German international Serge Gnabry’s tenure at FC Bayern was been extended until 2026. Having joined the club from Werder Bremen in 2017, the 28-year-old attacker has been instrumental in clinching five Bundesliga titles and two DFB Cup triumphs. He played a pivotal role during the historic sextuple year, contributing significantly to the Champions League victory.

5. Joshua Kimmich (Bayern Munich) – €375,000 (€19,500,000)

The 26-year-old, came through VfB Stuttgart’s youth system before joining Bayern from RB Leipzig in 2015. 

Joshua Kimmich has emerged as a world-class central midfielder in recent seasons with Bayern Munich having transitioned from a right-back.

His recent contract extension with Bayern until 2025, saw his annual wage double to €20 million.

4. Leroy Sane (Bayern Munich) –  €384,615 (€20,000,000)

Leroy Sane become official member of Bayern Munich after signing a long-term 5 years deal in 2020. Bayern paid €45 million to acquire the services of the winger from Manchester city.

Sané official career began at Schalke 04, he signed three years contract deal with German Club. But rise to fame as super star football player after joining premier league side (Manchester City) in 2016.

3. Thomas Muller (Bayern Munich) –  €394,231 (€20,500,000)

A versatile player who in often is deployed as a centre attacking Midfielder or forward, Thomas Muller has pent his entire senior club career with Bayern. 

He has been prolific over the years, scoring over 250 goals for club and country.

Thomas Muller committed to a new contract at Bayern Munich in 2020, with fresh terms set to keep the World Cup winner with the Bundesliga champions until 2023.

2.Manuel Neuer – (Bayern Munich) – €403,846 (€21,000,000)

Considered the greatest goalkeeper of all time in some circles, Neuer has been at Bayern for almost a decade making close to 500 appearances for the side.

Neuer has extended his contract with Bayern Munich in 2020, signing a deal which ties him to the record champions until 2023.

His €385,000 weekly wage makes him the second highest paid goalkeeper in the world, David De Gea is first.

1. Harry Kane – (Bayern Munich) – €480,769 (€25,000,000)

Earlier this season, Harry Kane made a move from Tottenham Hotspur to FC Bayern. The 30-year-old English striker agreed to terms with the German record champions until 30 June 2027 and is set to don the number 9 shirt for the Munich club.

Kane’s journey in football commenced at London’s Ridgeway Rovers club. Transitioning through the Arsenal and Watford youth setups, he eventually became part of the Tottenham Hotspur academy in 2004. Progressing through various junior levels, including up to U18, he inked his inaugural professional contract in July 2010. Beginning in 2011, Kane contributed to 435 competitive matches for Spurs, netting an impressive 280 goals, securing his place as the club’s top scorer in history.

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