West Ham stars resume season against Wolves - here's what they earn before wage deferrals, in pictures

David Sullivan, David Gold and fellow shareholders agreed to inject £30 million (Dh137m) into the club

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The Premier League resumes this week following a three-month hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic.

In April, West Ham United became the second Premier League club to announce player wage deferrals during the coronavirus suspension, with David Sullivan, David Gold and fellow shareholders agreeing to inject £30 million (Dh137m) into the club.

The London club said the entire first-team squad would defer a percentage of their salaries, while Hammers manager David Moyes, vice-chairman Karren Brady and finance director Andy Mollett are taking a 30 per cent cut.

Sullivan, Gold and fellow shareholders have agreed to inject £30m cash to help ensure stability, with the joint-chairmen, who continue not to take a salary from the club, deferring interest payments on shareholder loans.

West Ham restart their campaign at home to Wolves on Saturday.

To see a picture gallery of the West Ham players' wages pre-Covid-19, swipe through the picture gallery above.