FC Bayern Munich player salaries 2021/22

FC Bayern Munich, founded in 1900, is one of the most valuable clubs in the world. The six-time Champions League winner and record champions (31 championships) in the German Bundesliga is also the club that pays its players in Germany the highest salaries. With sales of over 750 million euros last year, FC Bayern can easily afford these payments. From a purely economic point of view, the association is highly profitable and makes annual profits in the three-digit million range.

Which players earn the most money at Bayern Munich?

Top earners at FC Bayern Munich, that’s the dream of every football player. How much salary do the professionals get from their club? Suffice it to say, nobody will have to suffer from starvation. But the players earn a lot more than their base salary, because bonuses and advertising income are in the FC Bayern Munich payroll not included. Some contracts or loans expire in summer 2020 and have to be extended by the record champions. Of course, the players can hope for a hefty salary increase again.

These are the current top earners in Bavaria:

# player Salary / season Born Contract until
1 Robert Lewandowski € 20 million 08/21/1988 2023
2 Manuel Neuer € 18 million 03/27/1986 2023
2 Joshua Kimmich € 18 million 02/08/1995 2025 (new contract)
3 Leroy Sané € 17 million 01/11/1996 2025
4th Thomas Müller € 15 million 09/13/1989 2023
4th Leon Goretzka € 15 million 02/06/1995 2025
5 Lucas Hernández € 13 million 02/14/1996 2024
6th Dayot Upamecano € 10 million 10/27/1998 2026 (new addition)
7th Kingsley Coman € 8 million 06/13/1996 2023
7th Serge Gnabry € 8 million 07/14/1995 2023
8th Corentin Tolisso € 7 million 08/03/1994 2022
8th Niklas Süle € 7 million 09/03/1995 2022
9 Alexander Nübel € 5.5 million 09/30/1996 2025 (awarded)
10 Alphonso Davies € 5 million 11/02/2000 2025
10 Benjamin Pavard € 5 million 03/28/1996 2024
10 Jann-Fiete Arp € 5 million 01/06/2000 2024 (awarded)
10 Sven Ulreich € 5 million 08/03/1988 2022
11th Marc Roca € 2.8 million 11/26/1996 2025
11th Michaël Cuisance € 2.8 million 08/16/1999 2024
12th Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting € 2.6 million 03/23/1989 2023
13th Tanguy Nianzou Kouassi € 2 million 06/07/2002 2025
14th Bouna Sarr € 1.9 million 01/31/1992 2024
15th Joshua Zirkzee € 0.8 million 05/22/2001 2023
16 Christian Früchtl € 0.5 million January 28, 2000 2022
16 Omar Richards € 0.5 million 02/15/1998 2025
16 Jamal Musiala € 0.5 million 02/26/2003 2026
17th Ron-Thorben Hoffmann € 0.2 million 04/04/1999 2022
17th Josip Stanisic € 0.2 million 04/02/2000 2023 (youth)
Marcel Sabitzer no estimate yet 03/17/1994 (Newcomer)

In the summer of 2021, Julian Nagelsmann took over the Bayern coaching position and replaced the new national coach, Hansi Flick, from his position. Nagelsmann is said to earn a salary of 8 million euros.

The salaries themselves are not officially communicated by the association and are therefore based on media research and estimates.

The sales and profits of FC Bayern Munich:

Long-term successes have played a large part in the economic success of the last few decades FC Bayern Manager & President Uli Hoeneß, who handed over his office to Herbert Hainer in 2019, as well as the CEO of FC Bayern München AG Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, who will hand over his office to Oliver Kahn in 2021.

Former player salaries at FC Bayern

player last salary Born last season
Javi Martínez € 6 million 09/02/1988 2020/21
David Alaba € 10 million 06/24/1992 2020/21
Jerome Boateng € 12 million 09/03/1988 2020/21
Thiago Alcántara € 12 million 04/11/1991 2019/20
Philippe Coutinho € 13 million net 06/12/1992 2019/20 (loan)
Javi Martínez € 6 million 09/02/1988 2019/20
Arjen Robben € 7 million 01/23/1984 2018/19
Franck Ribery € 7 million 04/07/1983 2018/19
Mats Hummels € 10 million December 16, 1988 2018/19
Rafinha € 5 million 07.09.1985 2018/19
James Rodríguez € 13 million 07/12/1991 2018/19 (loan)
Renato Sanches € 3 million 08/18/1997 2018/19
Arturo Vidal € 10 million 05/22/1987 2017/18
Philipp Lahm € 10 million 11/11/1983 2016/17
Xabi Alonso € 5.4 million 11/25/1981 2016/17
Tom Strong € 1.5 million 03/18/1981 2016/17
Mario Götze € 12 million 06/03/1992 2015/16
Holger Badstuber € 4 million 03/13/1989 2015/16
Bastian Schweinsteiger € 10 million 08/01/1984 2014/15
Toni Kroos € 4.5 million 04/01/1990 2013/14
Miroslav Klose € 7 million 06/09/1978 2010/11
Mark van Bommel € 4 million 04/22/1977 2010/11
Luca Toni € 10 million 05/26/1977 2009/10
Lukas Podolski € 3 million 06/04/1985 2008/09
Oliver Kahn € 5 million 06/15/1969 2007/08
Stefan Effenberg € 4.5 million 08/02/1968 2001/02
Lothar Matthäus € 2.5 million 03/21/1961 1999/00

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