Athletic Football Club Bournemouth founded in 1899 as of (Boscombe). The club currently active and participating in the Premier League. It’s been 124 years since the “The Cherries” established, playing all home games at Dean Court stadium. Gary O’Neil currently heading the club as a manager. Clubs wage bill increased after signing new players and extended some players contracts before 2022 season kickoff. AFC Bournemouth players salaries, weekly wages, on loan deals, loan out deals and contract extension details updated.
|Players||Base Salary||Weekly Wages||Position||Contracts|
|Neto (new signing)||£1m||£21k||GK||2023|
|Marcos Senesi (new signing)||£3.6m||£75k||DEF||2026|
|Jack Stephens (on loan)||–||£22k||DEF||2023|
|Ryan Fredericks (new signing)||£1.9m||£40k||DEF||2024|
|Marcus Tavernier (new signing)||£2.6m||£55k||MID||2027|
|Joe Rothwell (new signing)||£1m||£21k||MID||2026|
How much is the current wage bill of Bournemouth?
In 2021, a report revealed all Premier League clubs wage bill without bonuses and with bonuses, as per reported Bournemouth wage bill hike to £48m a season including bonuses. Clubs current wage bill reported £50m a season while some players contract going to be ended before June 2023.
Highest Paid Players in the AFC Bournemouth Squad?
Dominic Solanke, Marcos Senesi and Lloyd Kelly among highest paid footballers in the world all three hold contracts worth more than £3m+ a year. Solanke hold expensive contract worth of £100k a week.
More details regarding to AFC Bournemouth players salaries, contract extension, loan deal, signings will be updated once the winter transfer window will be ended in 2023.