CorSport: Full list of salaries for Milan’s 2022-23 squad – Theo and Giroud on top

By Oliver Fisher -

With the end of the market three weeks away, the newspaper Corriere dello Sport have published a list of the salaries that each AC Milan player earns.

The paper (via PianetaMilan) reports that Theo Hernandez and Olivier Giroud are at the top of the tree as they each earn €4m net per season, with the two top earners from last season – Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Alessio Romagnoli – no longer there (Ibrahimovic will be there when he returns in 2023).

The podium is completed by Ante Rebic, with new signing Divock Origi and Alessandro Florenzi making up the top five spots. In addition, Corriere dello Sport report that Antonio Mirante, Matteo Gabbia, Pierre Kalulu, Brahim Diaz and Marko Lazetic all earn less than €1m/yr.

➤ Theo Hernandez (2026 expiry): €4m net per season
➤ Olivier Giroud (2023): €4m
➤ Ante Rebic (2025): €3.5 engagement 3.5 million euros;
➤ Divock Origi (2026): €3m
➤ Alessandro Florenzi (2025): €3m
➤ Mike Maignan (2026): €2.8m
➤ Tiemoue Bakayoko (2023): €2.5m
➤ Charles De Ketelaere (2027): €2m
➤ Sandro Tonali (2026): €2m
➤ Fikayo Tomori (2025): €2m
➤ Zlatan Ibrahimovic (2023): €2m
➤ Tommaso Pobega (2027): €1.5m
➤ Yacine Adli (2026): €1.5m
➤ Ismael Bennacer (2024): €1.5m
➤ Rafael Leao (2024): €1.4m
➤ Simon Kjaer (2024): €1.2m
➤ Ciprian Tatarusanu (2023): €1.2m
➤ Rade Krunic (2024): €1.1m
➤ Alexis Saelemaekers (2026): €1m
➤ Fode Ballo Touré (2025): €1m
➤ Davide Calabria (2025): €1m
➤ Junior Messias (2024): €1m
➤ Antonio Mirante (2023): €900k
➤ Matteo Gabbia (2026): €600k
➤ Pierre Kalulu (2025): €600k
➤ Brahim Diaz (2023): €500k
➤ Marko Lazetic (2026): €300k

Tags AC Milan


  1. The list shows that players giving more are paid less.
    A player who played only a few minutes last season is paid double to a player who played his heart out most of the games.

  2. Those Florenzi and Bakayoko salaries are ridiculously high based on contribution and Milan’s financial power.
    No way Calabria only makes 1m. He extended his contract last summer.

    1. They have better salary cause they have been to bigger clubs before and know how to negotiate.

      I’m imoressed by this salary list. Sure when you look at this list it’s little compared to orher clubs but it’s still crazy amounts of cash for essentially playing a game. Having salaries of 15-20 m like some players have in other clubs is bizarre. Why do you need so much money. This is the way football should go. Give the players less money and reduce prices in the stands so normal people can keep coming to the matches.

  3. For sure with the upcoming extensions Bakayoko might be out or max he’ll be offered less than 2 if he insist on staying, Tomori, Benacer, Tonali,calabria, and kalulu will surely go minimum of 3.5, and Leao will go minimum of 4

  4. Disgusting that some injury prone bench warmer from Liverpool makes that much compared to our captain. Football world is corruped long time ago. Someone who didn’t kick a ball even once earns more than someone who played over hundred games.

  5. yes some seem unfair, some over paid ,some underpaid, but to see Bakayoko making 4 times what Kalulu is making , that is a problem considering the fact that when Bakayoko was on the pitch you often did not know who was playing for them or us, as to Kalulu he was the surprise player of the year in my opinion, stepped up big time to fill the shoes of Kjaer .

  6. Some of the salary are not up to date

    Calabria earn €2 million + bonus

    And for people who keeps screaming Milan are stingy with the salary, here’s the thing:

    1) Currently Milan doesn’t have many source for income. But once they have their own stadium, their revenue will increase greatly and when that happens they can afford to give higher salary for their players.

    2) Maldini & Masara already did a great job managing Milan financial with their smart and effective process. If you guys a Milan fans, you definitely doesn’t want to see Milan near bankrupt and can’t afford to register their players like Barca.

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