It's been a challenging return to the Premier League for Fulham since the club's immediate promotion from the Championship.
After one season in the second-tier, Scott Parker guided Fulham back to the top flight but the young manager is realising just how tough the top flight is.
However, Fulham appear to have learned from their last, ill-fated Premier League campaign when the club spent around £100 million ($134m) on new players and big wages only to suffer relegation.
This time around, the Cottagers have been much more modest with their recruitment expenditure, spending around €37m ($44m), with €7.7m on loan fees. It is indicative of the reckless spending of 2018/19 that Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa and Jean Michael Seri - both signed two years ago - are still Fulham's two highest earners, although Anguissa has established himself as a key player. Seri, meanwhile, hasn't played a minute of Premier League football this season and has not been registered in the 25-man squad.
As Fulham continue their fight to stay in the Premier League, the photo gallery above is a salary guide for the entire first team squad. The figures are provided by Spotrac, an online sports team and player contract website.
Some players, including goalkeeper Alphonse Areola and winger Ademola Lookman, are excluded on the basis that Fulham are not covering their entire wages during their loan spells.
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