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Liverpool: Weekly wages and salary of first-team stars revealed

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Who is the highest paid player at Liverpool?

One of the most recognisable clubs in the world, Liverpool have made some interesting and high profile signings in the recent past. While unsurprisingly the English players in the squad get paid really well, some of the wages of consistent and good performers like Emre Can and Sadio Mane are pretty surprising.

Premier League teams are undoubtedly paid very well, but if you compare the Red's wage bill to top teams like Manchester United, Manchester City, Real Madrid and Barcelona, the Merseyside giants are actually nowhere near the other big clubs in terms of wages. Without much ado, let us take a look at the wages of 20 Liverpool first team stars.

#20 Dominic Solanke (Striker) - £20,000/week

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Dominic Solanke will be hoping for more first-team opportunities

Winner of the Golden Ball for his stunning performances in the U-20 World Cup, Dominic Solanke arrived at Liverpool this summer after the expiration of his Chelsea contract. One of the most promising young strikers in the league, the 20-year-old England international will be hoping to get more minutes and prove his worth to Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp.

#19 Loris Karius (Goalkeeper) - £25,000/week

Liverpool v Tottenham Hotspur - Premier League
Karius has finally established him as Liverpool's number 1

The German goalkeeper has endured a tough start to his Liverpool career so far, but after winning Jurgen Klopp's faith and becoming Liverpool's 'number 1', the shot-stopper will be hoping to replicate the form he showed at Mainz.

Still only 24, Klopp will be hoping that Karius fulfils his potential and becomes a top-notch goalkeeper in the future.

Karius was actually one of the best goalkeepers in Bundesliga before making a move to Liverpool in 2016.

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