Joshua Kimmich has signed a new four-year contract at Bayern Munich.
“The most important reason for my contract extension is that I can pursue my passion with joy every day here at FC Bayern," he told Bayern's official website.
"I have a team where I can achieve everything, and a lot of teammates have become real friends. That’s why I started playing football in the first place, because it should be fun.
"I still don’t think I’m at the end of my development and I’m convinced there’s a lot possible at FC Bayern in the next years.
"On top of that, my family feels at home here. Munich has become a second home. The combination we have here isn’t found all over the world.”
He was being paid €10m-per-year and is now earning roughly €20m-per-year. That's a cool £320,000-per-week.
But how do his wages compare to the rest of Bayern's squad?
22. Bouna Sarr - £32,500-a-week
=20. Michael Cuisance - £43,500-a-week
=20. Marc Roca - £43,500-a-week
19. Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting - £58,000-a-week
=15. Sven Ulreich - £82,500-a-week
=15. Jann-Fiete Arp - £82,500-a-week
=15. Benjamin Pavard - £82,500-a-week
=15. Alphonso Davies - £82,500-a-week
14. Alexander Nubel - £90,000-a-week
13. Jamal Musiala - £100,000-a-week
=11. Nikas Sule - £115,000-a-week
=11. Corentin Tolisso - £115,000-a-week
=9. Serge Gnbary - £130,000-a-week
=9. Kingsley Coman - £130,000-a-week
=7. Leon Goretzka - £160,000-a-week
=7. Dayot Upamecano - £160,000-a-week
6. Lucas Hernandez - £215,000-a-week
5. Thomas Muller - £250,000-a-week
4. Leroy Sane - £275,000-a-week
3. Manuel Neuer - £300,000-a-week
2. Joshua Kimmich - £320,000-a-week
1. Robert Lewandowski - £325,000-a-week
Kimmich is now Bayern's second highest-paid player after signing his new deal. That's very much deserved for one of the very best midfielders in world football.
Only Lewandowski, unquestionably the best striker in the world, earns more than Kimmich.
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Musiala, just 18, is one of 13 players who earn £100,000-a-week or more.
Davies is one of the best left-backs in the world but is Bayern's joint-15th highest earner, being paid 'just' £82,500-a-week.
The Canadian, who turns 21 in November, deserves a big pay rise soon.