Bolton Wanderers F.C. Players Wages And Salaries (2024 Top Earners)

This post lists Bolton Wanderers Football Club player’s wages, and salaries In 2023/2024, Including the top 5 highest earners In the team.

Bolton Wanderers, a League One football team, is currently paying roughly £76,154 every week to its players, a total of £3,960,000 in salaries for the 2023-2024 season. Let’s dive In.

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Bolton Wanderers F.C. Players Salaries

Player NameWeekly WageYearly Salary
Dion Charles£8,400£436,800
Paris Maghoma£7,800£405,600
Ricardo Santos£7,700£400,400
Carlos Mendes Gomes£7,400£384,800
George Johnston£7,200£374,400
Dan Nlundulu£6,400£332,800
Jón Daði Böðvarsson£6,100£317,200
Nathan Baxter£5,900£306,800
George Thomason£5,200£270,400
Gethin Jones£5,200£270,400
Kyle Dempsey£5,000£260,000
Cameron Jerome£4,400£228,800
Josh Sheehan£4,100£213,200
Aaron Morley£3,500£182,000
Victor Adeboyejo£3,500£182,000
Will Forrester£3,400£176,800
Jack Iredale£3,100£161,200
Josh Dacres-Cogley£3,100£161,200
Randell Williams£2,700£140,400
Eoin Toal£2,300£119,600
Zac Ashworth£2,000£104,000
Andrew Tutte£1,500£78,000
Joel Coleman£1,100£57,200
Luke Matheson£1,000£52,000
Nelson Khumbeni£900£46,800
Gez Sithole£840£43,680
Ben Andreucci£590£30,680
Charlie Hayes-Green£580£30,160
Eric Yoro£560£29,120
Ellis Litherland£560£29,120

Top 5 Highest Paid Players

1. Dion Charles

On January 1, 2022, Charles joined Bolton Wanderers on a three-and-a-half-year deal. He signed for an undisclosed fee, which was reported to be around £320,000.

This marked the first time the club paid a transfer fee for a player since they signed his international teammate Josh Magennis in 2018.

On February 11, 2023, during Bolton’s 5000th league game, Charles scored three goals in a 5-0 victory against Peterborough United.

Then again, on April 2, he played in the 2023 EFL Trophy Final and scored the second goal as Bolton won 4-0 against Plymouth Argyle.

During the 2022-2023 season, he scored 21 goals, the most by a Bolton player in a single season in 22 years. On August 28, 2023, he signed a new contract that will keep him at the club until 2026.

2. Paris Maghoma

Edmond-Paris Maghoma is currently on loan from Premier League team, Brentford. He started his football journey with Tottenham Hotspur and even represented England in youth matches. However, he began his loan period with Bolton Wanderers on July 31, 2023.

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3. Ricardo Santos

Santos joined Bolton Wanderers in August 2020 for a two-year deal. He made his first appearance in a game on September 5, 2020, when Bolton played against Bradford in the EFL Cup and unfortunately lost 1-2.

In March 2021, Santos extended his contract with Bolton until 2023. He won the EFL League Two Player of the Month award for February 2021.

In May 2021, after Bolton was promoted to EFL League One, Santos was named Bolton Wanderers’ Player of the Year for the 2020-2021 season and was also included in the league’s Team of the Year, along with his teammate Eoin Doyle.

In October 2021, Santos became Bolton’s captain following the departure of Antoni Sarcevic to Stockport County. He was again named in the Team of the Year, this time for League One, for the 2021-2022 season.

In May 2022, Santos signed a new three-year deal with Bolton Wanderers, which will keep him at the club until 2025.

On February 11, 2023, Santos scored his first goal for Bolton, netting two in a 5-0 win against his former team, Peterborough United.

4. Carlos Mendes Gomes

Carlos Mendes Gomes joined Bolton Wanderers on July 24, 2023, and the exact transfer fee was not disclosed.

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5. George Johnston

On June 4, 2021, Johnston came back to League One, signing a three-year deal with Bolton Wanderers. He chose Bolton over Wigan, and he made his official debut on August 7 in a 3-3 match against Milton Keynes Dons, where he saved a goal.

On April 2, 2023, he subbed in during the 2023 EFL Trophy Final against Plymouth Argyle, which Bolton won 4-0. However, on July 8, Johnston got injured in a pre-season game, and three days later, the club said he’d likely miss the entire upcoming season. Despite the injury, on August 1, Johnston signed a new deal with Bolton that goes until 2026.