Now that the summer transfer window is completed, AC Milan’s wage bill heading into the 2022-23 campaign can be assessed with the squad locked in place until January.
Calcio e Finanza reports how Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Alessio Romagnoli are now no longer present at the top of the list with Divock Origi and Theo Hernandez the new leaders at €4m net per season.
The total for net salaries is €54m which is up from €51.5m in 2021-22 and that translate into gross salaries of €78.9m, down compared to the €80.2m gross from the previous season, mainly due to the greater number of players who enjoy the tax relief scheme the Growth Decree.
Sergino Dest is the third highest earner at €3.8m with three other players all on €3.5m: Olivier Giroud, Ante Rebic and Fikayo Tomori. Alessandro Florenzi earns €3m net per year, Mike Maignan gets €2.8m, Tiemoue Bakayoko is at €2.5m and new addition Charles De Ketelaere get €2.2m.
In terms of exits, former captain Alessio Romagnoli received €5.5m net per season and he has gone to Lazio, while midfielder Franck Kessie earned €2.2m net per year and moved to Barcelona.
|Theo Hernandez *||4||5.24|
|*Growth Decree applies|