|PLAYER (28)||POS.||AGE||ANNUAL SALARY||WEEKLY SALARY||Contract expires||Market value||Arsenal paid||+/-||%|
|Mesut Ozil||M||31||£ 18,200,000||£ 350,000||2021||10.80||42.30||-31.50||25.53|
|Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang||F||31||£ 10,400,000||£ 200,000||2021||50.40||57.38||-6.98||87.84|
|Willian||F||32||£ 10,000,000||£ 192,308||2023||20.25||0.00||20.25||100.00|
|Alexandre Lacazette||F||29||£ 9,467,273||£ 182,063||2022||43.20||47.70||-4.50||90.57|
|David Luiz||D||33||£ 6,240,000||£ 120,000||2021||7.20||7.83||-0.63||91.95|
|Hector Bellerin||D||25||£ 5,720,000||£ 110,000||2023||28.80||0.45||28.35||6,400.00|
|Dani Cebalos||M||24||£ 5,800,000||£ 111,538||2021||0.00||0.00||0.00||100.00|
|Nicolas Pepe||F||25||£ 5,450,000||£ 105,000||2024||40.50||72.00||-31.50||56.25|
|Sead Kolasinac||D||27||£ 5,200,000||£ 100,000||2022||14.40||0.00||14.40||100.00|
|Bernd Leno||GK||28||£ 5,200,000||£ 100,000||2023||28.80||22.50||6.30||128.00|
|Granit Xhaka||M||27||£ 5,200,000||£ 100,000||2023||21.60||40.50||-18.90||53.33|
|Sokratis Papastathopoulos||D||32||£ 4,784,000||£ 92,000||2021||7.20||14.40||-7.20||50.00|
|Shkodran Mustafi||D||28||£ 4,680,000||£ 90,000||2021||13.50||36.90||-23.40||36.59|
|Lucas Torreira||M||24||£ 3,900,000||£ 75,000||2023||27.00||25.79||1.21||104.69|
|Kieran Tierney||D||23||£ 3,900,000||£ 75,000||2024||25.50||24.20||1.30||105.37|
|Calum Chambers||D||25||£ 2,600,000||£ 50,000||2022||13.05||18.21||-5.16||71.66|
|Mohamed Elneny||M||28||£ 2,600,000||£ 50,000||2022||4.50||11.25||-6.75||40.00|
|Matteo Guendouzi||M||21||£ 2,080,000||£ 40,000||2022||28.80||7.20||21.60||400.00|
|Wiliam Saliba||D||19||£ 2,080,000||£ 40,000||2024||20.25||27.00||-6.75||75.00|
|Ainsley Maitland-Niles||M||22||£ 1,820,000||£ 35,000||2023||13.05||0.00||13.05||100.00|
|Gabriel Magalhaes||D||22||£ 1,800,000||£ 34,615||2025||18.00||23.40||-5.40||76.92|
|Gabriel Martinelli||F||19||£ 1,560,000||£ 30,000||2024||22.50||6.03||16.47||373.13|
|Bukayo Saka||F||18||£ 1,560,000||£ 30,000||2024||31.50||0.00||31.50||100.00|
|Rob Holding||D||24||£ 1,300,000||£ 25,000||2023||8.50||2.70||5.80||314.81|
|Konstantinos Mavropanos||D||22||£ 1,300,000||£ 25,000||2023||2.16||1.89||0.27||114.29|
|Emiliano Martinez||GK||27||£ 1,040,000||£ 20,000||2022||7.20||1.35||5.85||533.33|
|Emile Smith Rowe||M||20||?||?||2023||7.20||4.23||2.97||170.21|
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