Home to one of the last two Lev Yashin winners, Alisson Becker, the English Premier League can count on some of the best goalkeepers in the international soccer scene. Goalies such as David de Gea, Alisson Becker, Ederson, and Edouard Mendy are constantly among Ballon d’Or nominees. Let’s now find out how much they make!
What are the highest-paid EPL Goalies of All Time?
- David de Gea – £375,000 per week
- Kepa Arrizabalaga -£150,000 per week
- Alisson Becker – £150,000 per week
- Alphonse Areola – £120,000 per week
- Jordan Pickford – £100,000 per week
- Dean Henderson – £100,000 per week
- Hugo Lloris – £100,000 per week
- Robin Olsen – £80,000 per week
- Vicente Guaita – £77,000 per week
- Fraser Forster – £75,000 per week
1. David de Gea – £375,000 per week
After 500 appearances for the club, David de Gea has earned his spot among the biggest legends in Manchester United history. The Spanish keeper moved to Old Trafford in 2011 and signed a six-year £375,00 per week extension in 2019.
During his time at the club, the Spanish goalkeeper has kept over 150 clean sheets and won the Premier League Golden Glove in the 2017-18 season, when he conceded only 28 goals in 37 games.
2. Kepa Arrizabalaga – £150,000 per week
Kepa Arrizabalaga joined Chelsea in 2018, becoming the most expensive goalkeeper of all time, as the Blues agreed to pay over eighty million to secure his services from Athletic Bilbao. Upon his signing, Kepa tied himself to a seven-year £150,000 per week contract.
After five seasons as a Chelsea player, Arrizabalaga shares the starting spot with Senegal international Edouard Mendy, creating one of the best goalkeeper rotations in European club soccer.
3. Alisson Becker – £150,000 per week
Since he became a Liverpool player in 2018, Alisson Becker changed the outlook of his team and turned Anfield into a fortress. Two Golden Glove Awards in four seasons led Liverpool to sign him to a six-year £150,000 per week contract extension in the summer of 2021.
The Brazilian starting goalkeeper has become the goalie with the highest amount of goal contributions in the history of the English Premier League, having recorded four assists and a goal.
4. Alphonse Areola – £120,000 per week
Former Paris Saint Germain goalkeeper Alphonse Areola joined West Ham in the summer of 2021 to become the club’s future starter. The 2018 World Cup Champion is currently tied to a five-year contract that makes him the fifth highest-paid goalkeeper in the league, with a weekly salary of £120,000. Areola has kept over 110 clean sheets in his career, ten of which have come since he joined the Hammers.
5. Jordan Pickford – £100,000 per week
Three Lions goalkeeper Jordan Pickford has established himself as one of the fan favorites in Everton’s history. The club’s vice-captain is currently playing under a six-year £100,000 per week contract he signed in 2018.
Beyond being a leader on and off the field, Jordan Pickford is constantly among the club’s best performers and was crucial in Everton’s fight to avoid relegation during the 2021-22 season, coming up with some of the best saves of the season.
6. Dean Henderson – £100,000 per week
Rated as one of the best prospects among English goalkeepers, Dean Henderson signed a new five-year £100,000 per week deal with Manchester United, the club he joined at fourteen years old.
Henderson, who is currently on a season-long loan at Nottingham Forest, has already made his debut with the England national team and is a penalty specialist. As of the 2022 season, he has saved 10 out of the 22 penalties he has faced in his career.
7. Hugo Lloris – £100,000 per week
With over four hundred appearances for Spurs, Hugo Lloris is one of the most capped players in the club’s history. The French goalkeeper arrived at the club in 2012 and signed a three-year £100,000 per week extension in 2022 to stay in North London until 2024.
In over 10 years at Tottenham, Lloris has kept over 140 clean sheets and saved 11 penalties. Lloris is also the player with the highest number of Premier League appearances in Spurs’ history.
8. Robin Olsen – £80,000 per week
Former AS Roma goalkeeper Robin Olsen joined Aston Villa in the summer of 2022 after an initial six-months loan spell at the club. The former goalkeeper inked a one-year contract that will pay him £80,000 per week.
The Swedish goalkeeper is now playing for his third English club after spending one season on loan at Everton and six months at Championship club Sheffield United. The thirty-two year old keeper has been the hero for Sweden many times and was crucial in their qualification to the 2018 World Cup.
9. Vicente Guaita – £77,000 per week
Every season Spanish goalkeeper Vicente Guaita is constantly among the most underrated goalies in the English Premier League. After spending his whole career in Spain between Valencia and Getafe, Guaita signed for Crystal Palace in 2018 and extended his contract in 2020, now earning £77,000 per week until 2023.
In four seasons at Selhurst Park, Vicente Guaita has kept over forty clean sheets in less than one hundred fifty games.
10. Fraser Forster – £75,000 per week
After spending nine seasons between Southampton and Scottish giants Celtic FC, former English international Fraser Forster signed for Tottenham Hotspur in the summer of 2022 to back up club captain Hugo Lloris. Forster joined Spurs agreeing to a two-year contract that will pay him £75,000 per week.
Fraser Forster has over forty clean sheets in over one hundred thirty starts in the Premier League for Southampton. Forster has also won eight domestic trophies during his time at Celtic FC.
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