It is true that the crisis has affected clubs and footballers worldwide, the pandemic left in its wake financial uncertainty never before seen in the world of football and the time of mega signings is behind us. Of course, professional players of the highest level continue to win fortunes and the Italian Serie A is a sample of that, in this case with the highest paid Latin American players in the competition.
The Argentine Paulo Dybala, Juventus Turin forward, with his $ 8 million net per season, is the highest paid Latino player in Serie A, ahead of $7.7 million annually from Chilean Alexis Sánchez and the $7.1 from also Chilean Arturo Vidal.
Argentine Javier Pastore, Roma midfielder, and the Mexican Hirving Lozano, Napoli forward, stayed one step away from the podium with their contracts that touch $ 5 million dollars annually.
For yet another year, Gazzetta dello Sport has published the net salaries of ALL the players in Serie A 2020/2021 pic.twitter.com/9D3DXIiL7d
– Enrique Julián Gómez (@ EnriqueJulian23) October 10, 2020
For the third consecutive year it is Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo, with his $ 34 million net per year received from Juventus, the highest paid player in Italian football, which spends a total of around $ 1.4 billion per year in soccer player salaries, according to the data published by “La Gazzetta dello Sport”.
Solo Juventus disburses a total of $ 260 million each season for the salaries of your staff.