Which England star earns the most? Kane, Grealish, Sterling and all the salaries

Gareth Southgate's side step up their 2022 World Cup bid

Gareth Southgate says England “can’t waste a moment” if they are to improve enough to bring home the World Cup next year.

The pain from July’s European Championship final loss to Italy remain, but there is no time for self-pity given it is just 14 months until the winter tournament gets under way in Qatar.

England took a big stride towards qualification for Qatar by winning 4-0 amid disgraceful scenes in Hungary, with Group I continuing at home to Andorra on Sunday before Wednesday’s trip to Poland.

“Really from day one of this get-together the message has been that what they did in the summer was a step forward and was something they should be very proud of,” Southgate said of the September triple-header. “This is where we are at.

“But our aim is consistent progress and consistent performance and that sort of sustainable success. I think we have shown that over three or four years.

“But if we want to be serious contenders for the World Cup we can’t waste a moment. We can’t miss an opportunity to improve.

“We must push ourselves. We have to have a desire to get better. Myself as a coach, the players, the staff in the roles they do."

So which England players top the pay league? You can see all the Three Lions squad and their weekly salaries for the 2021-22 season, according to Spotrac, an online sports team and player contract website, and salarysport.com, in the photo gallery above.

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Who is the highest paid England player?

Jadon Sancho is the best paid player in the England squad, with a weekly wage of £350,000 at Manchester United, according to spotrac.com, after his summer move from Borussia Dortmund.

The top 10 highest paid England players in 2021-2022

1. Jadon Sancho, £350,000 a week at Manchester United

2= Raheem Sterling, £300,000 a week at Manchester City

2= Jack Grealish, £300,000 a week at Manchester City

4. John Stones, £250,000 a week at Manchester City

5. Harry Kane, £200,000 a week at Tottenham

6. Harry Maguire, £189,904 at Manchester United

7. Trent Alexander-Arnold, £180,000 a week at Liverpool

8. Luke Shaw, £150,000 a week at Manchester United

9. Jordan Henderson, £140,000 a week at Liverpool

10. Kyle Walker, £110,000 a week at Manchester City

Updated: September 5th 2021, 8:04 AM
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