Ozil becomes second-highest paid Premier League player with new deal [See top 20]

Arsenal midfielder, Mesut Ozil, is now the second highest-paid player in the Premier League, after he signed a new deal with the club.

Ozil’s previous contract was set to expire in June, but he has agreed terms on a bumper three-and-a-half year deal worth £300,000 per week.

He is only second to former Arsenal team-mate, Alexis Sanchez, who moved to Manchester United this month.

Sanchez is believed to have signed a £300,000-per-week contract at Old Trafford.

Until January 31, the Premier League’s well-paid stars were mostly from the two Manchester clubs.

The top 20 best-paid players has seen some shifts and changes in the past month, with Philippe Coutinho who was formerly in the top 10 now at Barcelona.


Alexis Sanchez Manchester United £350,000
Mesut Ozil Arsenal £300,000
Paul Pogba Manchester United £290,000
Kevin De Bruyne Manchester City £280,000
Romelu Lukaku Manchester United £250,000
Sergio Aguero Manchester City £220,000
Yaya Toure Manchester City £220,000
Zlatan Ibrahimovic Manchester United £220,000
David de Gea Manchester United £200,000
Eden Hazard Chelsea £200,000
Virgil van Dijk Liverpool £180,000
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Arsenal £180,000
Alexandre Lacazette Arsenal £170,000
David Silva Manchester City £160,000
Cesc Fabregas Chelsea £150,000
Alvaro Morata Chelsea £150,000
Daniel Sturridge Liverpool/West Brom £150,000
Ross Barkley Chelsea £150,000
Juan Mata Manchester United £145,000
Raheem Sterling Manchester City £135,000

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