According to a report, the highest-paid player in Forest’s roster makes £90,000 a week.

Chris Wood, a striker for Nottingham Forest, has been named the Reds’ highest-paid player

Highest-paid player in Forest's
Chris Wood



Today, The Athletic published an article listing every Premier League team and the player with the highest weekly salary.

Journalist Paul Taylor verified that the 31-year-old striker makes a reported £90,000 per week in the Forest section.


newest hires Ibrahim Sangare, Nicolas Dominguez, and Divock Origi are all thought to make salaries in the same range, with the latter earning at AC Milan anywhere between £90,000 and £100,000.


The Reds’ contribution to Origi’s pay is still undetermined, though.

Nottingham Forest’s biggest earner is Chris Wood.

Since their first-ever return to the Premier League in 23 years, Steve Cooper’s team has made some outstanding additions during the past year.


Unfortunately, it appears that the acquisition of Wood from Newcastle United was a dud.

Chris Wood


When Wood played a predetermined number of games for the club, the New Zealand forward was required to buy from the Reds.


This summer, his one-year, £15 million contract that paid him £90,000 per week became permanent.


The 31-year-old, who may only spend one season at the City Ground if the Reds opt not to extend his contract, will have cost the club over £20 million in total, including salary.


Despite the fact that he scored crucial goals for the team against Manchester City and Sheffield United, the signing of the striker was ultimately a failure.






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