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Chelsea: Salary and weekly wages of every first team star revealed

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55.35K   //    19 Sep 2017, 18:01 IST

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Chelsea stars are some of the best-paid players in the Premier League

Chelsea are one of the biggest clubs in Europe and it is no surprise that players of the likes of Hazard, Morata and Willian get paid handsome amounts to pull on the famous Blue shirt. The Premier League champions have a star-studded squad and the wage bill of the Blues is close to the transfer budget of some of the small teams!

However, there are some surprising cases of some well-established first-team stars getting much less than what they deserve. Without much ado, let us take a look at the wages of every first team star in Chelsea at the moment:

#21 Eduardo Carvalho (Goalkeeper) - £10,000/week

The 35-year-old is Chelsea's third-choice goalkeeper and has been at the club since 2016. A respected goalkeeper, Eduardo is most well known for his stints at Genoa and Dinamo Zagreb.

#20 Kenedy (Left-back/winger) - £25,000/week

Recently in the news for making racist comments in China, Kenedy has made 15 Premier League appearances so far for Chelsea. Still only 21, the Brazilian will be hopeful of making an impact in the future.

#19 Andreas Christensen (Centre-back) - £35,000/week

One of the most promising players in the Chelsea squad, Andreas Christensen is tipped to become one of the mainstays of the Chelsea defence. Still only 21, the Danish defender will be looking to make himself an integral part of Conte's plans this season.



#18 Willy Caballero (Goalkeeper) - £40,000/week

Signed as a free agent after a spell at Manchester City, Willy Caballero is an ideal backup goalkeeper for Thibaut Courtois. Caballero will be hoping for some appearances in the cup competitions for Chelsea.

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