Huddersfield Town with overall profit of £184.9 million in last season looks pretty confident to pass the mark of £15.3 million in purchasing of some new players and renewal of contracts of different players before the start of new season of Premier League. Opposite to last season Huddersfield is set to increase the price of their side by £4.5 million which includes player’s salaries, club expenses and players bonuses.
The annual wage bill of Hudderfields Town extended from £11.8 million to £15.3 million figure this season and this amount mount up due to recruitment of some big names in this team. As with £11 million annual wages Steve Mounie is the highest paid footballer of this team whereas Aaron Mooy also signed his deal with Huddersfield with high range annual salary of £77.5 million.
Alex Pritchard after extension of his contract till 2021, set to earn £110,577 per week is the 3rd highest paid athlete of this team. The Belgian forward Laurent Depoitre is another expensive roster of this side as this player earns £1820, 000 annually whereas Daniel Williams set to get £33,000 per week after prolonging his contract till 2020.
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Well Ryan Schofield and Regan Booty with weekly wages of £500 are the lowest paid athletes of this team whereas Tarieq Holmes with £30,000 per week is the 2nd most lowest paid footballer of this team. Although Hudderfield Town has spend 70% of their club income on their player salaries and this percentage to expected to touch down 73% in current season.