Payroll for Djed : How much is Leeds United contributing to the Tottenham Spencem star’s salcary?

This week, Leeds United secured Djed Spence from Tottenham on loan to bolster their right-back position, paying the defender’s salary in the process.

Leeds eye Tottenham star Djed Spence on loan as they ramp up search for full-back | talkSPORT


Leeds’ August transfer window started slowly but quickly picked up steam with many bold signings.

One of the hires they were able to secure was the season-long loan of right-back Djed Spence from Tottenham.

Leeds supporters will be hoping the 23-year-old can repeat his stellar season at Nottingham Forest in 21/22, when the Reds secured promotion through the play-offs.

Here, we will examine the sum that Leeds paid to entice him to Elland Road as well as his salary.

What did he set Leeds back?  

According to Phil Hay, Leeds agreed to pay £1 million to bring the defender from North London to West Yorkshire on a season-long loan without a buy option.

What salary does he receive?

The Whites were ready to pay the defender’s wages to travel to LS11, according to Ryan Taylor of The Express.

According to Capology, Spence makes £25,000 a week at Tottenham, making him a high-earner for Leeds, which would pay him an annual salary of about £1,300,000.


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