Roma’s 2019/2020 wages revealed


La Gazzetta dello Sport published their annual report detailing the wages of every player in the Serie A. Roma currently sit third in the Italian league in terms of largest total wages, trailing Juventus, who are at €294 million in gross wages, and Inter with €139 million. The Giallorossi’s roster currently earns €125 million in gross wages and are followed by Milan at €115 million, Napoli at €103 million, Lazio at €72 million, Torino at €54 million, and Fiorentina at €50 million.

In terms of net wages, meanwhile, Roma are currently at €63.3 million and are, once again, led by Edin Dzeko, who is at the top of their wage structure. Newcomers Chris Smalling and Henrikh Mkhitaryan are near the top at €3 million (net) per season while Nicolo Zaniolo’s wages nearly quadrupled from last season.

Here is the full breakdown of the Giallorossi’s wage structure:

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