Ranked: 5 Highest Paid Paris Saint-Germain Players

The newest powerhouse in football, PSG has recruited some of the biggest names in the game, and their salaries most certainly compliment their stature at the club.

Here, we take a look at the 5 highest paid players at the club.

5. Angel Di Maria

After a disastrous stint with Manchester United, Angel Di Maria seems to have finally settled in at Paris Saint-Germain. 

Earning £230,000 per week, playing with some of the best players in the world, you really can't ask for more. He netted a hattrick against Sochaux, last night and will have a crucial role to play against Real Madrid in the Champions League next week. 

4. Thiago Silva

Captain fantastic, Thiago Silva, earns quite a handsome salary at the capital club of France. 

One of the longest serving members of the squad earns £270,000 a week. The 33-year-old moved from Milan in 2012 and has become a crucial part of the club. Due to his leadership and quality on the ball, it's difficult to find the captain's replacement. 

3. Kylian Mbappe

The richest 19-year-old to ever play the game earns a whopping £310,000 per week. A number of clubs, including Real Madrid, were interested in securing his services, but he ended up staying in France, and for the right reasons. 

He's currently on loan from Monaco with the deal set to be permanent next summer. 

2. Edinson Cavani

Edinson Cavani was one of the first names to join Paris Saint-Germain's mission, mission to conquer Europe. Five years down the line, he's the club's record scorer, toppling Zlatan Ibrahimovic's record. 

The Uruguayan earns a whopping £320,000 a week, doing justice to the stature he has at the club. 

1. Neymar

This one's a no-brainer. Neymar, after winning every possible trophy with Barcelona, needed a kingdom, his kingdom. Paris Saint-Germain triggered his release clause and landed him at Paris.

He earns a jaw-dropping £630,000 per week, almost twice what the record goalscorer of the club earns. Neymar already has 27 goals and 16 assists in 26 games, and it's safe to say the astronomical move has been quite fruitful.