Check out Arsenal F.C player’s salaries (full squad of 2015) here. Arsenal, also known as The Gunners, the only team in the history of English Football top-flight competition “The Premier League” to achieve the title of The Invincible because in the season 2003-2004 they won the Premier League without losing a game.
The club founded in 1886 is the 2nd English club in top-flight matches with most points. Full of incredible history, the club has been involved in every edition (16) of the Champions League, the 3rd most successful club in the English Top-flight League with 13 titles and a joint record of 11 FA Cups.
Arsenal is also the first club from the South of England to join The Football League.
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In terms of financial and popularity, the club is having 2nd most lucrative stadium and 3rd most Twitter followers. Forbes estimates the club is the fifth most valuable association football club in the football world, valued over £1.3 billion in 2014.
As of October 2011, American Sports tycoon, Kroenke owns 41,574 shares (66.82%) of the club while Red & White Securities own 18,261 shares (29.35%) of Arsenal.
In 1993, club also became the 1st club in English football to win FA Cup and League Cup double. Arsenal never won Champions League but was the first London based club to reach the final of Champions League in 2006.
According to me, the main problem is the lack of target in this club. The club only targets the #4 position every year to guarantee/secure its place in the Champions League but never have a target beyond the #4 to go for the title every year. Now you know all about important points and Arsenal footballer’s salaries according to 2015 contracts but there is more to discuss.
Club spending on players is also not so attractive. Henry and Fabregas are two of the most popular former figures of this club while the club is also having some world-class players like Sanchez and Ozil right now.
Arsene Wenger, manager of this club for a long time, took this club to new heights but still the passion of winning the Premier League title is not as much as a club like Arsenal should have.