Arsenal wages: £90,000-a-week flop, five on more than Ramsey – what each player earns

Arsenal are currently fourth in the Premier League with just eight games remaining, as they look to return to the Champions League.

Unai Emery’s side have beaten Manchester United and Rennes comfortably in recent weeks, with fans hoping that their good form will continue.

The Spanish boss has struggled to find Mesut Ozil’s place in the team so far, despite the German remaining the club’s highest earner.

According to data gathered by Total Sportek, the ex-Real Madrid midfielder earns £120,000 more than the next highest earner – Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

Aubameyang is on £180,000, far less than Ozil’s £300,000, but a fair chunk more than his strike partner Alexandre Lacazette (£140,000).

Stephan Lichtsteiner, who joined on a one-year deal in the summer, has been paid £90,000 a week, but he is highly unlikely to see his deal extended into next season.

Sead Kolasinac is on a staggering £119,500, which is almost double Nacho Monreal £65,000.

But where do those two fit into the wage structure at the Emirates?

Konstantinos Mavropanos – £25,000

Alex Iwobi – £30,000

Rob Holding – £40,000

Matteo Guendouzi – £40,000

Mohamed Elneny – £55,000

Nacho Monreal – £65,000

Danny Welbeck – £70,000

Lucas Torreira – £75,000

Granit Xhaka – £90,000

Stephan Lichtsteiner – £90,000

Sokratis – £90,000

Bernd Leno – £90,000

Shkodran Mustafi – £90,000

Laurent Koscielny – £90,000

Petr Cech – £100,000

Hector Bellerin – £100,000

Aaron Ramsey – £110,000

Sead Kolasinac – £119,500

Henrikh Mkhitaryan – £120,000

Alexandre Lacazette – £140,000

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – £180,000

Mesut Ozil – £300,000


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