Kalvin Phillips has become Manchester City’s latest star signing ahead of the 2022-23 campaign.
City have signed the 26-year-old midfielder from Leeds United in a deal worth between £45 million and £50 million, according to Sky Sports.
Phillips, who has been capped 23 times by England, told his new employers’ official website: “City have again proved to the best team in the country with an amazing squad and a manager in Pep Guardiola who is rightly considered to be the finest in the world.”
How much money will Phillips earn at Man City?
Unsurprisingly, Phillips has bagged himself a huge pay rise after joining City, with his wages increasing to a cool £150,000 a week, according to Goal.
Only seven City players are on more money than Phillips, including star summer signing Erling Haaland.
Man City’s 2022-23 wages: How much do players earn?
So let’s take a closer look at the wages of Man City’s players (wage information obtained from various sources including The Sun and Salary Sport.
Oleksandr Zinchenko | £20,000 a week
Zinchenko will be in line for a huge pay rise if he opts to stay at Man City. There’s talk that the Ukrainian could leave the Etihad Stadium, with West Ham reportedly interested.
Arijanet Muric | £20,000 a week
The goalkeeper spent last season on loan at Adana Demirspor.
Phil Foden | £30,000 a week
Foden has been locked in contract negotiations for some time now. His wages are poised to increase to around £150,000 a week once he puts pen to paper on a new deal.
Zack Steffen | £50,000 a week
Man City’s back-up goalkeeper made nine appearances in all competitions last season.
Julian Alvarez | £50,000 a week
The talented Argentine forward, 22, is believed to be earning £50k a week after signing his first City contract.
Julian Alvarez will travel to Manchester on Friday, July 8th to begin his career as a Manchester City player as per @FabrizioRomano.
He will be introduced to the fans alongside Erling Haaland, Stefan Ortega and Kalvin Phillips* at a presentation event on Sunday, July 10th.
Dias signed a new six-year contract with City in August 2021 and saw his weekly wage increase to a cool £160k a week.
Ederson | £160,000 a week
Ederson also signed a new long-term contract with City around the same time and also jumped up to the £160,000-a-week mark.
John Stones | £250,000 a week
Stones earns an eye-watering £250,000 a week but the defender’s wage still pales in comparison to the four players’ ahead of him.
Jack Grealish | £300,000 a week
Grealish’s first season at Man City was a little underwhelming and he’ll need to show more during his second season to justify that huge £300,000-a-week contract.
Raheem Sterling | £300,000 a week
Chelsea are reportedly keen to take Sterling and his wages off City’s hands before the transfer window closes.
Erling Haaland | £375,000 a week
One of the most exciting signings in Man City’s history, Haaland is expected to score goals for fun at the Etihad following his £51 million move from Borussia Dortmund. The Norwegian currently earns £375,000 a week, according to The Guardian.