Sporting CP Players Salaries 2022

Sporting CP Players Salaries 2022

Sporting CP Players Salaries 2022, Salaries of Sporting CP Players in 2022? Who receives the greatest salaries at Sporting? How much money do Sporting CP athletes make? Have you ever wondered what the salaries of the Sporting CP players are? If so, don’t worry; we have compiled a list of the whole list of Sporting CP Players Salaries for 2022.

A football team named Sporting CP is situated in Lisbon, Portugal, and competes in the Liga NOS, the main division in that country.

Along with SL Benfica and FC Porto, Sporting is one of Portugal’s “Três Grandes” (big three) teams and was formed in 1906. None of the three have ever experienced relegation from Portuguese football’s top division (Primeira Liga).

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Information about Sporting’s CP Sporting’s nick names are Lees (Lions) and Verde e Brancos (Green and Whites). “A Marcha do Sporting” (Sporting’s March), the club’s hymn, was composed in 1955. The Estádio José Alvalade, where they play, can accommodate 50,095 spectators.

90,000 people are fans of Sporting as of August 2022. With a total of 48 titles, including one international trophy, the 1963–1964 European Cup Winners’ Cup, Sporting is the third most successful Portuguese team. They have also won 18 Premier League championships.

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Luis Figo and Cristiano Ronaldo, both Ballon d’Or winners, were fostered at Sporting’s youth academy system.

Sporting CP Players Salaries 2022

Player NameWeekly WageYearly SalaryAgeNationality
Pablo Sarabia£88,000£4,576,00029Spain
Rúben Vinagre£33,000£1,716,00022Portugal
Antonio Adán£32,000£1,664,00034Spain
Pedro Porro£29,000£1,508,00021Spain
Sebastián Coates£27,000£1,404,00030Uruguay
Zouhair Feddal£27,000£1,404,00031Morocco
João Palhinha£24,000£1,248,00026Portugal
Pedro Gonçalves£20,000£1,040,00023Portugal
Luís Neto£19,000£988,00033Portugal
Bruno Tabata£14,000£728,00024Brazil
Jovane Cabral£14,000£728,00023Cape Verde
Nuno Santos£13,000£676,00026Portugal
Matheus Nunes£13,000£676,00022Portugal
Ricardo Esgaio£12,000£624,00028Portugal
Manuel Ugarte£11,000£572,00020Uruguay
Matheus Reis£11,000£572,00026Brazil
Gonçalo Inácio£9,200£478,40019Portugal
Tiago Tomás£8,600£447,20019Portugal
Daniel Bragança£8,400£436,80022Portugal
Renan Ribeiro£7,700£400,40031Brazil
João Virgínia£6,100£317,20021Portugal
Kiko Félix£3,000£156,00018Portugal
August Frobenius£2,500£130,00017Norway
Gonçalo Batalha£2,200£114,40019Portugal
Luís Gomes£2,000£104,00017Portugal
Nicolai Skoglund£1,900£98,80018Norway
Adriano Almeida£1,500£78,00018Portugal
Alexandre Mendes£1,500£78,00020Portugal
André Gonçalves£1,500£78,00018Portugal

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