Premier League in England is one of the most watched and adored Leagues in the world due to their level of football and also the types of players who play in the English topflight
However, one aspect which fans do not pay too much attention to is the economical logistics of the league, specifically player wages.
Despite what many fans see on TV, there is a serious imbalance in wages and if form could determine a player’s wages, there are a handful of players who would probably be on Cristiano Ronaldo's level of wealth already.
We take a look at some of the in-form players of the season and their surprisingly low wages compared to other stars who earn up to 10 times more but have had very little impact on the pitch this season
1. Teemu Pukki £8,000
Pukki is the ultimate Mr Fantasy Premier League and despite his side being bottom of the league , his goals have been integral for his side.
2. Scott McTominay £10,000
With the injury to Paul Pogba, McTominay has been forced to step up with amazing results.
He might have been set back through injury but when you compare his contribution to Manchester United, he certainly deserves more than his £10,000 a week wage.
3. Curtis Jones £3.6k-a-week
Remember the screamer this chap scored against Everton the FA cup Merseyside derby third round? Yes, Jones earns a meager £3600 a week.
4. Aaron Ramsdale (Bournemouth) - £6,000
Things were a lot worse for Ramsdale who began the season earning only £3,000 but a string of good performances saw the Cherries double his wages.
5. Matty Longstaff (Newcastle United) - £8500
Longstaff was responsible for the sinking of Manchester United earlier in the season and since then, he has been a reliable tool for Steve Bruce’s Newcastle. His wages, however, could do with a little tweaking.
6. Keinan Davis (Aston Villa) - £5,000
Davis is slowly making his way to Aston Villa’s first team and has made nine appearances in all competitions this season.
7. John Lundstram (Sheffield United) - £4,000
Another Mr Fantasy Premier League who has surprisingly low wages on his name. Lundstram is perhaps the surprise package of the season with his amazing attacking qualities despite naturally being positioned defensively.
8. Dean Henderson (Sheffield United) - £10,000
The Sheffield United keeper also deserves much more credit than his weekly wage states as he is responsible for some outstanding clean sheets for the Blades who are eighth on the log with the second best defensive record.
9. George Baldock (Sheffield United) - £4,000
Baldock is finally breaking into the first team although his contributions are not reflective in his wages.
10. Ezri Konsa (Aston Villa) - £8,000
Konsa was integral for Aston Villa’s winning goal against Watford although it was ultimately ruled as a Tyrone Mings goal.
The 22-year-old has two assists to show for his 11 Premier League starts and could definitely use a pay rise for his performances.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Trent Alexander-Arnold who plays as a defender for Premier League club Liverpool is one of the fastest growing footballers considering his form for the Reds since he broke in the first team.
Last season, the Englishman was so superb for Liverpool in their Champions League campaign where the Reds lifted the title beating Tottenham in the final.
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