AS Monaco Players Salaries And Weekly Wages 2023/2024? Who are AS Monaco’s highest-paid players? How much do AS Monaco players get paid? (full squad contracts)
AS Monaco were crowned the Ligue 1 champions in 2016/17. They have had a fantastic season both domestically and in the Champions League. However, the following 2017/18 season wasn’t quite as good as they let go a number of key players including Bernardo Silva, Benjamin Mendy, Kylian Mbappe and Tiemoue Bakayoko.
Their biggest achievement happened in 2016/17 as they oversaw the development of 18-year-old striker Kylian Mbappe, who scored 6 goals in the Champions League and 26 goals overall that season helping them to win the French Ligue 1 title. However, they sold him to PSG for £160 million the following summer. So this season, they have struggled and are currently on the 16th position in the league table.
Monaco also let go off some key players in Aurélien Tchouameni, Strahinja Pavlovic and Pietro Pellegri this summer.
AS Monaco new players and signings – arrivals 2023/24
|AS Monaco New Signings||Signed From Club||Transfer Fee|
|Philipp Köhn||RB Salzburg||€10.00m|
|Edan Diop||Monaco U21||–|
Highest Paid AS Monaco Player 2023 (Weekly Wage)
|AS Monaco Highest Paid Player||Salary Per Week||Yearly Salary|
|Wissam Ben Yedder||€50,000||€7,800,000|
|AC Monaco wages||Weekly Wage||Yearly Salary||Contract Ends|
|Wissam Ben Yedder||€50,000||€7,800,000||Jun 30, 2024|
|Aleksandr Golovin||€92,500||€4,800,000||Jun 30, 2026|
|Takumi Minamino||€88,500||€4,600,000||Jun 30, 2026|
|Breel Embolo||€77,500||€4,020,000||Jun 30, 2026|
|Gelson Martins||€69,500||€3,600,000||Jun 30, 2024|
|Krépin Diatta||€58,000||€3,000,000||Jun 30, 2025|
|Vanderson||€58,000||€3,000,000||Jun 30, 2027|
|Caio Henrique||€52,000||€2,700,000||Jun 30, 2027|
|Guillermo Maripán||€35,000||€,800,000||Jun 30, 2025|
|Myron Boadu||€27,000||€,410,000||Jun 30, 2026|
|Radoslaw Majecki||€24,000||€,230,000||Jun 30, 2025|
|Mohamed Camara||€23,500||€,200,000||Jun 30, 2027|
|Ismail Jakobs||€2,500||€650,00||Jun 30, 2026|
|Eliesse Ben Seghir||€9,500||€480,00||Jun 30, 2025|
|Chrislain Matsima||€7,500||€380,00||Jun 30, 2025|
|Soungoutou Magassa||€7,000||€360,00||Jun 30, 2027|
|Youssouf Fofana||€5,500||€280,00||Jun 30, 2024|
|Maghnes Akliouche||€2,500||€20,00||Jun 30, 2026|
|Yllan Okou||€1,000||€90,00||Jun 30, 2025|
|Yann Lienard||€1,000||€60,00||Jun 30, 2027|
|Eliot Matazo||€1,000||€40,00||Jun 30, 2026|
|Edan Diop||–||–||Jun 30, 2028|
|Philipp Köhn||–||–||Jun 30, 2028|
|Denis Zakaria||–||–||Jun 30, 2028|
|Mohammed Salisu||–||–||Jun 30, 2028|
|Folarin Balogun||–||–||Jun 30, 2028|
|Wilfried Stephane Singo||–||–||Jun 30, 2028|
AS Monaco titles
The club’s traditional colours are red and white, and the club is known as Les Rouges et Blancs (The Red and Whites). Monaco is a member of the European Club Association. In December 2011, two-thirds of the club was sold to an investment group led by Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev.
With Rybolovlev’s financial backing, the club quickly returned to Ligue 1 and won the 2016–17 Ligue 1, their first league title in 17 years.
Domestically, AS Monaco has won:
8 league titles
5 Coupe de France trophies
In international club football, AS Monaco was:
Runners-up in the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup in 1992
Runners-up in the UEFA Champions League in 2004.
Though based in Monaco, the club plays in the French football league system. In 1933, Monaco were invited by the French Football Federation to turn professional. The Monégasques’ first year of second division football ended in failure, as they were relegated to the amateur leagues the following year.
By 1948, Monaco re-acquired its professional status and returned to the French second division; they subsequently consistently finished in its upper echelons. Eventually, they were promoted to the French first division for the first time in 1953.