Table shows the 25 clubs with the highest wage bills in Europe – PSG's wages are ridiculous

A table showing the 25 clubs with the highest wage bills in Europe has emerged on Reddit – and Paris Saint-Germain lead the way.

The image posted on Reddit has got fans talking with some astronomical figures on show.

PSG, with Kylian Mbappe, Lionel Messi and Neymar on their books are in at No.1 with annual wages of a crazy €386,840,000.

Eye-watering stuff.

The French club are ahead of Barcelona, who come in at €317,340,000 with El Clasico rivals, Real Madrid in third (€278,130,000).

Bayern Munich (€263,980,000) and Manchester United (€247,727,685) make up the top five.

Chelsea, Manchester City, Juventus, Atletico Madrid and Liverpool make up the top 10.

The 25 clubs in Europe with the highest wage bill

Top 25 clubs with highest wage bills in EuropeTop 25 clubs with highest wage bills in Europe

Which Premier League clubs makes the list?

Premier League clubs dominate the top 25.

As well as Man Utd, Chelsea, Man City and Liverpool, Tottenham (12th), Arsenal (13th), Leicester (16th), Aston Villa (18th), West Ham (22nd) and Newcastle (24th) all feature.

Newcastle United v Chelsea FC - Premier League

PSG’s wages may well be cut next season with Messi’s current deal at the Parc des Princes set to expire at the end of the season.

It’s still unknown whether the Argentine will remain in France but it’s looking increasingly unlikely.

Interestingly, Barca are still in second despite their efforts to reduce its wage structure. Gerard Pique recently retired from the game but the Camp Nou club clearly still need to reduce their salaries in the coming months.

Ronaldo could save Man Utd wages

Meanwhile, in fifth place is Man Utd.

However, they’re likely to free up around £500,000-per-week with Cristiano Ronaldo’s future looking in serious doubt.

Following the interview Ronaldo has given to Piers Morgan, Man United are now exploring ways to terminate his current deal.

United released another statement about Ronaldo on Friday morning, which read: “Manchester United has this morning initiated appropriate steps in response to Cristiano Ronaldo’s recent media interview.

“We will not be making further comment until this process reaches its conclusion.”

Aston Villa v Manchester United - Premier League

Chris Wheeler of the Daily Mail is now claiming the Red Devils have begun taking steps towards terminating Ronaldo’s contract with the club.

They have begun the legal process of tearing up his £500,000-per-week contract without paying him the £16m he would have earned for the remainder of his deal.

They are confident that Ronaldo has breached his contract with his comments in the interview.

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