Al Raed is a professional football club that compete in the Saudi Pro League. The club founded back in year 1954. All home matches of Al-Raed take place in King Abdullah Sport City Stadium, Buraidah, Saudi Arabia. Igor Jovićević currently hold managers job at Al-Raed. Before the new season kickoff, Igor Jovićević signed top players on expensive deals to the club. Al-Raed players salaries, weekly wages based on their contract deal with football club reported.
|Players||Base Salary||Weekly Wage||Position||Year|
|Bandar Wahishi (new signing)||£100k||£2k||MID||2024|
|André Moreira (new signing)||£750k||£16k||GK||2024|
|Hamad Al-Jayzani (new signing)||£200k||£4k||DEF||2024|
|Mamadou Loum (on-loan deal)||–||£20k||DEF||2024|
|Nasser Al-Hadhood (new signing)||£100k||£2k||MID||2024|
|Abdullah Yahya Maghrahi||£100k||£2k||MID||2024|
|Amir Sayoud (new signing)||£750k||£16k||MID||2025|
|Karim El Berkaoui||£500k||£10k||FW||2024|
Al Raed did not make big signings yet from the transfer window, André Moreira is one of the key highlighted player they have signed for 2023-24 season. He will earn £750k at Al Raed until his contract ended. Most of the players joined the club free transfer window.
- The club current wage bill hike £10m for the season 2023-24. Which include bonuses for players scoring goals and keeping clean sheets.
- Before the season 2023-24, the club have wage bill £8.5m. Since more players might join the team of Al-Raed in winter transfer window. once the new signings made details updated here later.
The local players in Saudi Pro League lowest wage reported to be £100k for the season. Al-Raed players salaries data updated once transfer’s completed in 2023.