Son Heung-min’s weekly wage is 300 million won, and the EPL is also at the top… The overall number one is ‘1.4 billion’

 It has been revealed that Son Heung-min (31) of Tottenham in the English Premier League (EPL) is receiving the second highest weekly wage in the team.

On the 17th (Korean time), the Daily Mail, a British media, introduced the top three players in the weekly wages of 20 EPL teams and said, “Son Heung-min ranked second in the Tottenham team with a weekly wage of 210,000 pounds (approximately 341 million won).”

Son Heung-min’s weekly wage is at the top of the league. Analyzing the list released by the media, out of 20 clubs, 14 teams ranked first with players lower than Son Heung-min’s weekly wage. This means that Son Heung-min will be the highest ransom in this team.메이저놀이터

The media evaluated, “Son Heung-min is trying to regain his form this season after winning the Golden Boot (scoring king) in the 2021-22 season.” At the same time, Son Heung-min’s record of all competitions this season (37 matches, 11 goals, 4 assists) was introduced.

Tottenham’s top 3 players along with Son Heung-min are the main gun Harry Kane (300,000 pounds a week, about 487 million won) and defender Ivan Perisic (180,000 pounds a week, about 487 million won), who transferred before this season. 292 million won). The media introduced, “Kane currently has about a year left on the remaining contract with Tottenham,” and “Manchester United (England) and Bayern Munich (Germany) are showing interest.”

The EPL’s highest paid person was revealed to be the ‘monster’ Elling Hollan (23, Manchester City). Hollan is currently earning a whopping £865,000 a week (about 1.4 billion won). It is well over twice the amount of Kevin the Brawiner (385,000 pounds, about 626 million won), who is second in the team. As of the 17th, Hollan played 28 league games and scored 32 goals.

Following Haalan, Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) and The Bruyne earned £385,000, forming the second overall group. Also, Casemiro and David de Gea (Man United, 375,000 pounds) and Raheem Sterling (Chelsea, 350,000 pounds) followed.

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