Liverpool are ready to spend over £110million on player wages as they look to clinch their first Premier League title in over 30 years.
Jurgen Klopp's side are leading the pack with 13 points and dropping just two points in the first half of the season.
The Reds have also gone 50 matches without a defeat with their last coming at the hands of the defending champions in January 2018.
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But Liverpool are placed third behind Man United and City in terms of player wages, according to Sportac.
Mohamed Salah is the club's highest paid player with £200,000 but defender like Trent Alexander-Arnold, Andy Robertson and Joe Gomez are among the lowest paid in the squad.
However all the players will likely earn more with sponsorship deals and bonuses, after winning the Champions League last season.
Here is the full list of Liverpool player salaries (Annual/weekly)
Mohamed Salah - (£10.4m/£200k)
Roberto Firmino - (£9.36m/£180k)
Virgil van Dijk - (£9.36m/£180k)
Jordan Henderson - (£7.28m/£140k)
James Milner - (£7.28m/£140k)
Naby Keita - (£6.24m/£120k)
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain - (£6.24m/£120k)
Adam Lallana - (£5.72m/£110k)
Dejan Lovren - (£5.2m/£100k)
Sadio Mane - (£5.2m/£100k)
Joel Matip - (£5.2m/£100k)
Fabinho - (£5.2m/£100k)
Alisson - (£4.68m/£90k)
Xherdan Shaqiri - (£4.16m/£80k)
Gini Wijnaldum - (£3.9m/£75k)
Nathaniel Clyne - (£3.64m/£70k)
Andy Robertson - (£2.6m/£50k)
Divock Origi - (£2.34m/£45k)
Trent Alexander-Arnold - (£2.08m/£40k)
Joe Gomez - (£1.456m/£28k)
Marko Grujic - (on loan - £780k)
Ben Woodburn - (on loan - £624k)
Sheyi Ojo - (on loan - £520k)
Rhian Brewster - (£5.20m/£10k)
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Carlo Ancelotti has hit out at his players after a lackluster performance against a young Liverpool side in a FA Cup third round.
Curtis Jones scored the only goal of the game as the Toffees chased the game all through the second 45 minutes.
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