AC Milan 2020/21 salaries: Zlatan Ibrahimovic emerges as highest earner at I Rossoneri

The full list of Milan’s wage bill for the 2020/21 campaign has been released, and Zlatan Ibrahimovic has emerged as the club’s highest-paid player, on a €7m-a-year deal.

I Rossoneri have actively aimed to reduce their huge spending on wages this summer, and have successfully transferred €25m per year, bringing their total annual spending to €90m.

Ibrahimovic is still proving his worth as he approaches 40/Marco Luzani/Getty Images

And a large part of that figure – €7m to be exact – is attributed to Swedish superstar Ibrahimovic’s annual wages. Now 39, the veteran forward has extended his stay at Milan by a further year, having moved on from Stefano Pioli’s side for the second half of last season.

The former Manchester United striker’s future with the I Rossoneri has been heavily rumoured, and at one point he was expected to end his time with the Italian giants in the summer. But the pair eventually reached an agreement, tying Ibrahimovic down for the upcoming campaign, and making him the highest earner in the process.

Behind the veteran is young Gianluigi Donnarumma, who earns €6m a year keeping clean sheets for his boyhood club. The 21-year-old’s brother Antonio is also on the books, earning €1m a year as a back-up shot-stop.

Donnarumma is one of the club’s most experienced yet youngest players / Maurizio Lagana/Getty Images

The third-highest paid player is prolific striker Ante Rebekah, who earns significantly less than the top two with €3.5m a year. He is joined by club captain Alessio Romagnoli, while Hakan Calhanoglu is fourth on €2.5 million a year.

New signing Sandro Tonali receives €2m, while last season’s standout performer Theo Hernandez receives just €1.5m.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic – €7m

Gianluigi Donnarumma – €6m

Ante Rebic – €3.5m

Alessio Romagnoli – €3.5m

Hakan Kalhanoglu – €2.5m

Frank Casey – €2.2m

David Calabria – €2m

Andrea Conte – €2m

Mateo Musacchio – €2m

Sandro Tonali – €2m

Ismail Benesar – €1.5m

Samu Castillejo – €1.5m

Theo Hernandez – €1.5m

Rafael Leão – €1.4m

Simon Kajer – €1.2m

Ciprian Tătărușanu – €1.2m

Rade Krunic – €1.1m

Diego Deloitte – €1m

Antonio Donnarumma – €1m

Leo Duarte – €1m

Jens Petter Hauge – €1m

Alexis Saelemaekers – €1m

Matteo Gabbia – €0.6m

Pierre Calullo – €0.6m

Brahim Diaz – €0.5m

Lorenzo Colombo – €0.3m

Daniele Maldini – €0.3m

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