Sheffield United Squad Salary

Sheffield United Squad Salary

Here is a complete list of the Sheffield United squad salary for the current 2020-21 Premier League season. Who is the highest-paid player in the Sheffield United squad? Weekly wages of the Sheffield United players? 

Sheffield United is having quite an underwhelming start to the 2020-21 Premier League season. The club finished the 2019-20 EPL season in the night place with 56 points from 38 Premier League matches. In the current season, the United are placed 19th in the EPL points table with just one point from five league matches. This team clearly needs to gather some good momentum.

Find out how much each Sheffield United player is paid for the current 2020-21 Premier League season. Sheffield United squad annual salary, Sheffield United squad weekly wages here.

Sander Berge Earns £2.08 million with Sheffield United

Sheffield United might not be a top dog in the Premier League. Still, the club boasts some of the finest talents in the league. Sander Berge is the highest-earning player in the Sheffield United squad. The club signed Sander Berge on January 30, 2020. Berge is the most expensive player on the squad. He signed a four and a half years contract with the club.

Sander Berge is the highest-paid Sheffield player
Sander Berge is the highest-paid Sheffield player

As per his current contract with Sheffield United, the Norgewian winger makes £2.08 million per season Sheffield United. Their second highest-earning player is Richairo Zivkovic. Richairo Zivkovic makes £1.9 million per season with the club. Richairo Zivkovic joined the EPL side on a six months loan from Changchun Yatai, with an option to buy.

List of Sheffield United squad weekly Wages

 Player Name  Weekly Wages in £
 Dean Henderson  25k
 Michael Verrips  11.5k
 Simon Moore  5.5k
 Jack O’Connell  11.5k
 John Egan  9k
 Panagiotis Retsos  33k
 Chris Basham  5.5k
 Phil Jagielka  27.5k
 Enda Stevens  8k
 Jack Robinson  25k
 George Baldock  8.5k
 Kieron Freeman  4.5k
 Sander Berge  40k
 Muhamed Besic  32.5k
 Jack Rodwell  8.5k
 John Lundstram  4k
 John Fleck  8.5k
 Oliver Norwood  12.5k
 Ben Osborn  10k
 Luke Freeman  32.5k
 Ricky Holmes  7.5k
 Lys Mousset  27.5k
 Oliver McBurnie  20k
 Billy Sharp  12k
 David McGoldrick  8.5k
 Richard Zivkovic  38k
 Leon Clarke  10k
 Callum Robinson  25k
 Ravel Morrison  10k
 Ben Heneghan  4k
 Mark Duffy  8k
 Kean Bryan  3.5k
 Nathan Thomas  3k
 Jake Eastwood  1k


Sheffield United Revenue: How Much Does the club makes a year?

Sheffield United has three ways to maintain its annual revenue. The club generates is revenue from ticket sales, sponsorship deals, and streaming rights. While they make a huge sum of money from ticket sales, sponsorship deals, and streaming rights jointly, they have a huge wage payroll to spend on. If their expenditure exceeds annual revenue, the club will be clearly on loss.

Sheffield United squad salary
Sheffield United squad salary

The club recorded a huge loss of £21.3million in the 2018-19 fiscal year. Also known as The Blades, Sheffield United had a total expenditure of £35million in 2019-19, while their revenue for the fiscal year stood at £14million. In 2018, the United lost £2m. This is not the first time Sheffield United has recorded a loss over a fiscal year. In fact, for the past nine years, the club has recorded a huge loss.

Sheffield United loses £21 million in the 2019-20 season

Sheffield United had a good season in 2019-20 as they finished in ninth place in the Premier League points table. Still, the club failed to score financially. Despite finishing in the ninth place in the points table, Sheffield United recorded a huge loss of £21 million in the 2019-20 Premier League season.

The main reason for a club to lose a huge sum of money is due to expensive signings. And if the signing couldn’t manage to increase the club’s credibility in kit sales, it tends to affect the club adversely. In October 2020, Sheffield United paid £23.5 million for Rhian Brewster whom the club signed from Liverpool.

Over the years, Sheffield United, just like other football clubs in the world, has spent a huge sum of money on player signings. Also, buying stadiums and remuneration costs brings a huge toll on the club’s revenue.

Sheffield United in loss after Bramall Lane purchase

Sheffield United’s overall loss hit the mark of £85million from £64million. This is mainly the result of the Bramall Lane purchase that rose the club’s debut to £68.84million from £6.87million. Bramall Lane, which is the club’s training ground cost a whopping £43.5million.

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