Salaries of Borussia Dortmund players in 2023-2024

As the UEFA Champions League enters its decisive stage, everything is still up for grabs for the four teams that make up Group F. As the PSG prepares to face Borussia Dortmund, a look at the salary scale of the German team (see also, for comparison, the salaries of the players of the Paris Saint-Germain collective). With a wage bill of over €230 million, Dortmund is second in the Bundesliga in terms of financial resources dedicated to players and staff, behind the richest Bayern Munich.

Borussia Dortmund has the 2nd highest wage bill in German football

In fact, to join Dortmund from Bayern Munich this summer, Austrian defender Marcel Sabitzer had to reduce his salary from €10 million gross per season excluding bonuses to €7.5 million, for a four-year contract until 2027. He enters the top 10 of the highest earners at Borussia Dortmund, in a team dominated by the club’s icon, attacking midfielder Marco Reus, at €12 million this season 2023-2024.

A balance in wages in the BVB dressing room

The figures compiled below are annual estimates taken from the media outlet Bild. At BVB, salaries are close between the team’s leaders, the potential starters, their backups, and the young players with a promising future. If Jude Bellingham has left to join Real Madrid, his compatriot Jamie Bynoe-Gittens remains (€2.5 million per year), or the other (supposed) attacking promise, striker Youssoufa Moukoko, whom his club has extended and revalued (€6 million per year until 2026), at the beginning of 2023. Moukoko is playing little this season, however.

Borussia Dortmund players’ salaries in 2023-2024

  • Marco Reus = €12 million
  • Niklas Süle = €11 million
  • Mats Hummels = €10 million
  • Sébastien Haller = €10 million
  • Emre Can = €8.5 million
  • Marcel Sabitzer = €7.5 million
  • Thomas Meunier = €7.5 million
  • Julian Brandt = €7 million
  • Donyell Malen = €6 million
  • Youssoufa Moukoko = €6 million
  • Karim Adeyemi = €5.5 million
  • Marius Wolf = €5 million
  • Salih Özcan = €4.5 million
  • Nico Schlotterbeck = €4.5 million
  • Gregor Kobel = €3.5 million
  • Giovanni Reyna = €3 million
  • Julian Ryerson = €3 million
  • Jamie Bynoe-Gittens = €2.5 million

Salary estimates expressed in gross

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