Cristiano Ronaldo’s £28m-a-year Salary at Juventus revealed: earns three times more than any other Serie A player

The Juventus forward ​Cristiano Ronaldo earns £28million-a-year in wages at Juventus after taxes, three times more than any other player in Italy which works out at around £538,000-a-week.

According to statistics compiled by Gazzetta dello Sport, the wages of Higuain, Paulo Dybala, Miralem Pjanic and Douglas Costa – the players ranked 2nd to 5th on the list of highest earners – are still not as much combined as Ronaldo’s salary alone.

The former ​Real Madrid player takes home more in a single season than some clubs spend on their entire squad’s pay packets

The next highest on the list is Gonzalo Higuain, currently on loan at ​AC Milan from Juventus, whose summer move saw his wage packet increase to €9.5m (£8.6m) a year.

Juventus’ new summer signing Matthijs de Ligt is the second highest earner in Serie A as he takes home £7.2million-a-year plus bonuses.


Third spot is another Serie A newcomer, Romelu Lukaku, who is getting £6.7million-a-year plus bonuses after joining Inter Milan from Manchester United this summer.

Paulo Dybala – linked with both Man Utd and Tottenham this summer – sits just above them in fifth, on £6.5m-a-season.

Ronaldo joined the Italian champions this summer in a €100m move from ​Real Madrid, and it has now been revealed that he will earn €31m (£28m) a year during his time with the Bianconeri,


1. Cristiano Ronaldo – £28m

2. Gonzalo Higuain currently on loan at ​AC Milan from Juventus – £8.6m

3. Matthijs de Ligt – £7.2m

4. Romelu Lukaku – £6.7m

5. Gonzalo Higuain – £6.7m

6 Paulo Dybala – £6.5m


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