Tammy Abraham not among Chelsea's highest paid players. Here's what they earn each week - in pictures

Tammy Abraham not among Chelsea's highest paid players. Here's what they earn each week - in pictures
Tammy Abraham not among Chelsea's highest paid players. Here's what they earn each week - in pictures

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - Kepa Arrizabalaga - £150,000 per week. All figures according to spotrac.com. EPA

N'Golo Kante - £150,000. AFP

Christian Pulisic - £132,917. AFP

Willian - £120,000. AFP

Tiemoue Bakayoko (on loan at Monaco) - £110,000. AFP

Jorginho - £110,000. Reuters

Olivier Giroud - £110,000. EPA

Mateo Kovacic - £106,673. AFP

Marcos Alonso - £100,000. Reuters

Danny Drinkwater (on loan at Burnley) - £100,000. Reuters

Pedro - £100,000. EPA

Antonio Rudiger - £100,000. AFP

Ross Barkley - £91,667. Reuters

Cesar Azpilicueta - £90,000. AFP

Michy Batshuayi - £90,000. Reuters

Andreas Christensen - £80,000. Reuters

Mason Mount - £75,000. EPA

Tammy Abraham - £50,000. AFP

Kurt Zouma - £40,000. Reuters

Emerson - £37,800. EPA

Ruben Loftus Cheek - £35,000. Reuters

Willy Caballero - £30,000. EPA

Michael Hector (on loan at Fulham) - £17,000. AFP

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