Argentine Paulo Dybala, Juventus forward, with his 7.3 million euros net per season, is the highest paid Latino player in Serie A, by in front of the 7 million a year of the Chilean Alexis Sánchez and the 6.5 of too Chilean Arturo Vidal.
For the third year in a row is portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo, with his 31 million euros net per year received from Juventus, the highest paid player in Italian football, that spends a total of 1,288 million per year in footballers’ salaries, according to data published this Saturday by “La Gazzetta dello Sport”.
Dybala, which has not yet premiered this season as it is finalizing its recovery from a serious muscle injury, He was confirmed one more year as the highest paid Latino, in a Juventus which disburses a total of 236 million each season for the salaries of its staff.
The last signings of the Turin team, the Spanish Álvaro Morata and the Brazilian Arthur Melo, signed contracts of 5 million euros net per year.
Both can take advantage of the so-called “Growth Decree”, which provides that Italian or foreign workers who come to practice their profession in Italy and who have resided outside the country in the last two years pay only 30% taxes on their salary during the first 24 months, instead of 48%.
The second and third position are occupied by the interistas Alexis Sánchez, who signed permanently this year by Antonio Conte’s club after the transfer of past course since Manchester United and what win 7 million net, for Vidal’s 6.5, recently signed from he Barcelona.
Much lower is, according to data published by “La Gazzetta dello Sport”, the salary of Lautaro, who earns 2.5 million euros.
The Argentine Javier Pastore, Roma midfielder, and the Mexican Hirving Lozano, Naples striker, were one step away from the podium with their contracts of 4.5 million euros per year.
In Roma, the Spanish Pedro Rodríguez, recently signed from Chelsea, and Borja Mayoral, on loan from Real Madrid for two seasons, earn 3 and 2.3 million, respectively.
The Uruguayan Diego Godín, a defender who went to Cagliari in the recently concluded market session, stands at 3 million euros, while the Argentine Joaquín Correa, from Lazio, earns 2.5 million.
More content are the salaries of Atalanta, the club that leads Serie A after the first three days and that reached the quarterfinals of the Champions League in the last campaign.
The best paid is Argentine Alejandro “Papu” Gómez, with 2 million per year, ahead of Colombians Duván Zapata and Luis Muriel, who earn 1.8 million. Also Colombian Johan Mojica, signed this summer from Girona, earns 500,000 euros per year.
The Argentine international Rodrigo De Paul, captain of Udinese, and his partner and compatriot Roberto Pereyra, earn 1 million euros net each.