Manchester City have the third biggest wage bill in the Premier League, having spent £186.2million on wages this season, according to a report on The Mirror.
Chelsea have spent £215.6million on wages this season, the biggest in the Premier League while Manchester United have spent £213.3million on wages this season, the second in the Premier League.
Liverpool, whose form has improved greatly following a dismal opening few months to the campaign, were fourth with £164.6m, followed by Arsenal ’s £110.4m just ahead of Tottenham Hotspur in sixth on £110.2m.
Brighton, who have qualified for Europe for the first time in their history have the second smallest wage bill this season with just £41.7million spent on wages.
Brentford, who are guaranteed a top-half finish, have spent only £33.5million on wages this season, the smallest in the Premier League.