Which Liverpool players earn most at Anfield?
Liverpool have signed up several key players on improved terms this season as they lay the foundations for a period of prolonged success at Anfield.
Joe Gomez, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Sadio Mane and Andy Robertson have all penned new deals at the club since the start of the campaign.
Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah and Jordan Henderson have also committed their future to the club recently as manager Jurgen Klopp locks in the foundations of his squad.
These latest contracts have all included significant pay rises with a host of stars breaking through the £100,000-a-week barrier.
However, summer arrival Naby Keita and Liverpool stalwart Daniel Sturridge were both reportedly already on £120,000-a-week and rank among the highest earners at the club.
The duo have failed to impress this season with injuries and poor form disrupting their momentum, and fans will question whether they deserve such high weekly pay cheques.
Meanwhile, Joe Gomez penned a new deal worth a reported £60,000-a-week back in December, despite being sidelined with a long-term injury.
But where does the 21-year-old fit into the wage structure at Anfield, according to data gathered by Total Sportek?
Joe Gomez has recently signed a new deal with the club
Alberto Moreno – £40,000 (contract expires in 2019)
Divock Origi – £55,000 (2020)
Joe Gomez – £60,000 (2024)
Simon Mignolet – £60,000 (2021)
Adam Lallana – £65,000 (2020)
Adam Lallana has regained his spot in the starting XI in recent weeks
Joel Matip – £70,000 (2020)
Dejan Lovren – £90,000 (2021)
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain – £90,000 (2022)
Georginio Wijnaldum – £90,000 (2021)
Trent Alexander-Arnold – £100,000 (2024)
Trent Alexander-Arnold has doubled his wages after signing a new contract
Fabinho – £100,000 (2023)
Jordan Henderson – £100,000 (2020)
Andrew Robertson – £100,000 (2024)
Alisson – £120,000 (2024)
Naby Keita – £120,000 (2023)
Naby Keita has failed to perform consistently since his move from RB Leipzig
James Milner – £120,000 (2019)
Daniel Sturridge – 120,000 (2019)
Virgil van Dijk – £150,000 (2023)
Sadio Mane – £150,000 (2023)
Roberto Firmino – £180,000 (2023)
Mohamed Salah – £200,000 (2023)
Mohamed Salah is the highest earner at the club