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EPL: Messi Earns 31 Times More Than Iwobi As Arsenal Publish Wages Of Players

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Nigerian star, Alex Iwobi, is, however, among the least paid players at the London club despite penning a new contract last summer.
Lionel Messi of Barcelona earns 31 times more than the Nigerian forward.
The Hale End Academy product is the 18th highest earner at the Emirates Stadium outfit.
Iwobi takes home weekly wages of around £70,000.
By converting his wages to euros, Iwobi takes home €4.2 million per annum, approximately N1.68 billion in Nigerian currency.
If compared to Messi, who is the highest paid player in the world, with 130m euros per year, it 31 times more than Iwobi.
Mesut Ozil is the highest earner at Arsenal, with wages of £350,000-a-week.
The German is followed by Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Henrikh Mkhitaryan at £180,000-a-week each.
Calum Chambers, Konstantinos Mavropanos and Krystian Bielik, who all receive £25,000 a week, are the least paid players at Arsenal.
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D run out of the day off and on my

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[ @Emmasharokid: ] Nigerian star, Alex Iwobi, is, however, among the least paid players at the London club despite penning a new contract last summer.
Lionel Messi of Barcelona earns 31 times more than the Nigerian forward.
The Hale End Academy product is the 18th highest earner at the Emirates Stadium outfit.
Iwobi takes home weekly wages of around £70,000.
By converting his wages to euros, Iwobi takes home €4.2 million per annum, approximately N1.68 billion in Nigerian currency.
If compared to Messi, who is the highest paid player in the world, with 130m euros per year, it 31 times more than Iwobi.
Mesut Ozil is the highest earner at Arsenal, with wages of £350,000-a-week.
The German is followed by Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Henrikh Mkhitaryan at £180,000-a-week each.
Calum Chambers, Konstantinos Mavropanos and Krystian Bielik, who all receive £25,000 a week, are the least paid players at Arsenal.
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1.6B naira per week for Iwobi, chaiiii, where is my booth ooooh, am going to play football.

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their is significant difference between them, Messi is far ahead of him

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messi the goat, iwobi the sheep

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Messi best player

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The football legend Leo Messi today he will score a goal

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Messi is the best player

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Messi is a great player

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No level for iwobi

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Messi is a great player

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Messi started playing football before iwobi, so, am surprised.

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Messi best player in the world

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but he stills tries

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The most lucrative business on earth is football. Imagine the amount of money Messi earns in a month

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it is good to know about all these. personally, what keeps messi at the top of all is not just the money but the passion he so much has for the game.

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all this football players are making a lot of money. bout could that be after tax or before tax.i know tax is in Europe is compulsory

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Just see money.

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1.6B naira per week for Iwobi, chaiiii, where is my booth ooooh, am going to play football.

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Iwobi is trying

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£180,000-a-week each. Men that's a lot

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