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Arsenal Players Contracts 2018/19

Arsenal Contracts 2018-19

Arsenal Players’ Contracts 2018/19

Here we have compiled a list with Arsenal players’ contracts details. How are the Arsenal players’ contracts stipulated and structured in terms of weekly wages, weekly pay, yearly salary of Arsenal players look like?

What are the contract details about when their obligations are starting and ending? Lets have a look at Arsenal players and their contracts.

Arsenal Players Contracts And Wages 2018/19

Arsenal are one of the highest paying teams in terms of weekly wages to their stars. Here is the full list of the squad with their weekly wages and years remaining on the contract (some of the young players’ weekly salaries are unknown so no information is available on them):

Arsenal Players Contracts Ending & Wages 2018/19

Arsenal players’ contracts ending? Here is the full list of Arsenal first team squad, their contracts and how much Arsenal are paying each player in weekly wages.

Let’s have a look on Arsenal Players’ Contracts 2018/19 details below:

Arsenal Player Wages & Contracts 2018/19

Bernd Leno (New Signing) 22 £90,000 4 Years (2023)
Petr Cech  36 £100,000 Last Year (2019)
David Ospina 29 £40,000 1 Years (2020)
Sokratis (New Signing) 30 £90,000 2 Years (2021)
Shkodran Mustafi 26 £90,000 2 Years (2021)
Laurent Koscielny 32 £90,000 1 Year (2020)
Calum Chambers 23 £25,000 1 Year (2020)
Rob Holding 22 £40,000 4 Years (2023)
Konstantinos Mavropanos 20 £25,000 4 Years (2023)
Krystian Bielik 20 £25,000 1 Year (2020)
Sead Kolasinac 25 £119,500 3 Years (2022)
Nacho Monreal 32 £65,000 Last Year (2019)
Héctor Bellerín 23 £100,000 4 Years (2023)
Stephan Lichtsteiner (New Signing) 34 £90,000 1 Year deal (2019)
Mohamed Elneny (New Deal) 26 £55,000 3 Years (2022)
Aaron Ramsey 27 £110,000 Last Year (2019)
Granit Xhaka (New Deal) 25 £90,000 4 Years (2023)
Lucas Torreira (New Signing) 22 £75,000 4 Years (2023)
Mattéo Guendouzi (New Signing) 19 3 Years (2022)
Mesut Özil (New Deal) 29 £350,000 2 Years (2021)
Alex Iwobi 22 £30,000 1 Year (2020)
Henrikh Mkhitaryan 29 £120,000 2 Years (2021)
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyan 29 £180,000 2 Years (2021)
Danny Welbeck 27 £70,000 Last Year (2019)
Alexandre Lacazette 27 £140,000 3 Years (2022)

Arsenal Player With Highest Wages

Arsenal Players' Contracts 2018-19 Mesut OzilMesut Ozil is currently the highest paid player at Arsenal. The German signed a contract extension in January 2018 worth £350,000 per week, set to last till June 2021.

At the time, the club was under a lot of pressure due to both Ozil and Alexis Sanchez’s uncertain future. Eventually, Wenger decided to swap out the latter for Henrikh Mkhitaryan and made Ozil one of the club’s, the Premier League’s and even the world’s highest paid players.

The second highest paid player at Arsenal is Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang who arrived at the club over a year back from Borussia Dortmund on a record fee of £56m. The stark contrast between the Gabon international and Ozil’s wages will give you an understanding on how far Arsenal are overpaying the former Real Madrid player.

Arsenal Players On Expiring Contracts 2018/19

Arsenal Players' Contracts 2018-19 Danny Welbeck

Name & Position Date of Birth (Age) End of contract Contract option
Danny Welbeck  Nov 26, 1990 (28) 30.06.2019
Denis Suárez Jan 6, 1994 (25) 30.06.2019 Option to buy
Central Midfield
Nacho Monreal Feb 26, 1986 (32) 30.06.2019
Carl Jenkinson Feb 8, 1992 (27) 30.06.2019
Stephan Lichtsteiner Jan 16, 1984 (35) 30.06.2019

Danny Welbeck‘s spell has been riddled with injuries as the 27-year-old spends his final year of his contract with Arsenal on the sidelines, nursing a hit on his ankle. He has mostly operated as a secondary striker, since his arrival from Manchester United in 2014.

It is unclear at this point whether Arsenal will re-sign the 42-time England international to a new deal.

Denis Suarez arrived on a 6-month loan spell from Barcelona in January 2019. While the Gunners did not have to provide a guarantee of purchase in the upcoming summer, they are obligated to pay around £20m to acquire the Spaniard’s services on a permanent basis.

Nacho Monreal arrived at the Emirates for £9m in 2013 and since has eclipsed into one of the best full-backs in the Premier League. Currently 32, Monreal still remains a key figure in Arsenal’s defensive lineup under Unai Emery. With the side clamouring to hold off the weakest of opponents, it is almost mandatory for the club to renew the Spaniard’s contract for longer.

Arsenal Players' Contracts 2018-19 Carl Jenkinson

“It would be wise to keep hold of the Englishman”

Carl Jenkinson continues to be a third choice full-back for Arsenal with very rare appearances in excusable domestic cup games. With Stephan Lichtsteiner’s future uncertain and Hector Bellerin not available till September 2018, it would be wise to keep hold of the Englishman.

Stephan Lichtsteiner arrived from Juventus on a free last summer. He is the second oldest player in the Arsenal ranks behind, Petr Cech (36) and was supposed to be a one-year rental.

However, with Bellerin out of action till the next campaign and given Lichtsteiner’s unimaginable engine even at this age, the former Swiss international should definitely be recalled for another season.

Arsenal On-Loan Players’ Contracts 2018/19

Name Age Loan To Contract Until Loan Ends
David Ospina 30 SSC Napoli 30.06.2020 30.06.2019
Emiliano Martínez 26 Reading FC 30.06.2022 31.05.2019
Matt Macey 24 Plymouth Argyle 30.06.2019 31.05.2019
Calum Chambers 24 Fulham 30.06.2022 31.05.2019
Krystian Bielik 21 Charlton Athletic 30.06.2020 31.05.2019
Takuma Asano 24 Hannover 96 30.06.2020 30.06.2019
Second Striker

Arsenal Players' Contracts 2018-19 David Ospina

It’s hard to tell how much Arsenal are paying these players exactly. Especially with all these performance bonuses and such. But we got this information from reliable sources.

The data about Arsenal players’ contracts is up to date and confirmed by reliable sites like Guardian, Transfermarkt, BBC, etc. The weekly wage figures of Arsenal players cannot be 100% accurate because no club discloses this information to media or fans.

Arsenal’s History In Top Tier English Football

Also known as the Gunners, Arsenal have spent most of their history in the English top-flight. The club has enjoyed UEFA Champions League football for over 14 seasons in a row under former manager, Arsene Wenger.

Arsenal’s home ground, Emirates is currently the 9th largest stadium in the United Kingdom behind Tottenham Hotspurs’ White Hart Lane and Celtic Park. They are also in Deloitte’s top ten list of the world’s richest clubs.

While their finances have taken a hit since their failure to qualify for the Champions League for the past 3 seasons (including the current one), Arsenal have adjusted by controlling their transfer expenditures.

They currently have one of the highest wage bills in the Premier League after the signing of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Sokratis Papastathopoulos and Mesut Ozil to his new ginormous deal.

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