This post lists Huddersfield Town Football Club player’s wages, and salaries for the 2023/2024 season, Including the top 5 highest earners In the team.
In the 2023-2024 season, Huddersfield’s total player salaries in the Championship are £9,258,000, which is about £178,038 per week.
Let’s get to the full list.
Huddersfield Town A.F.C Players Wages And Salaries In 2023/2024 Season
|PLAYER NAMES||GROSS P/W||GROSS P/Y|
|Jonathan Hogg||£ 18,462||£ 960,000|
|Delano Burgzorg||£ 15,000||£ 780,000|
|Jack Rudoni||£ 11,923||£ 1,860,000|
|David Kasumu||£ 9,423||£ 980,000|
|Josh Koroma||£ 8,500||£ 884,000|
|Josh Ruffels||£ 8,500||£ 884,000|
|Matty Pearson||£ 8,269||£ 430,000|
|Lee Nicholls||£ 8,269||£ 1,290,000|
|Michal Helik||£ 7,692||£ 800,000|
|Tom Lees||£ 7,308||£ 760,000|
|Ollie Turton||£ 6,923||£ 720,000|
|Yuta Nakayama||£ 5,962||£ 310,000|
|Tom Edwards||£ 5,769||£ 300,000|
|Kian Harratt||£ 5,000||£ 780,000|
|Chris Maxwell||£ 5,000||£ 520,000|
|Sorba Thomas||£ 4,038||£ 630,000|
|Kyle Hudlin||£ 3,000||£ 468,000|
|Jaheim Headley||£ 3,000||£ 156,000|
|Ben Wiles||£ 3,000||£ 468,000|
|Rarmani Edmonds-Green||£ 3,000||£ 156,000|
|Brahima Diarra||£ 3,000||£ 156,000|
|Jacob Chapman||£ 1,500||£ 78,000|
|Ben Jackson||£ 1,000||£ 52,000|
|Patrick Jones||£ 1,000||£ 104,000|
Top 5 Highest Paid
1. Jonathan Hogg
Jonathan Hogg has been a crucial player since he joined in 2013. Hogg moved to Huddersfield from Watford due to personal reasons and has made over 250 appearances for the club, becoming a fan favorite.
In the 2016-2017 season, Huddersfield reached the Premier League for the first time, with Hogg being voted the “Player’s Player of the Year” by his teammates.
He also showed great resilience, returning to the field shortly after a frightening injury. In recent years, Hogg’s influence has continued to grow.
He was named club captain in 2021, a role that comes with great responsibility. He’s not only a leader on the pitch but also off it, setting high standards for professionalism.
As of the 2023-2024 season, Hogg is 34 years old and is earning a base salary of £960,000, which amounts to around £18,462 per week, without considering any bonuses.
However, his contract with Huddersfield in the Championship is set to expire on June 30, 2024.
2. Delano Burgzorg
In the 2023-2024 season, one of Huddersfield Town A.F.C’s highest-paid players is Delano Burgzorg, a 24-year-old Dutch professional footballer who plays as a forward for the team in the EFL Championship.
Delano Burgzorg is on loan from the German club Mainz 05. Delano’s journey has seen him on loan to Heracles Almelo in January 2020, and later, Mainz 05 in January 2022.
In May 2022, Mainz 05 decided to keep him permanently, signing a three-year contract. Now, in August 2023, Delano Burgzorg is with Huddersfield Town for a season-long loan.
He has one year left on his contract with the club, earning a base salary of £780,000 for the season, which is approximately £15,000 per week. This impressive figure doesn’t include any additional bonuses.
3. Jack Rudoni
Jack Rudoni, a central midfielder, joined the team on July 15, 2022, for an undisclosed transfer fee and signed a four-year contract.
He made his debut in the 2022/2023 season, coming on as a substitute in a match against Burnley. The following week, he got his first start in a game against Birmingham City.
Jack Rudoni scored his first league goal for Huddersfield in a thrilling 3-2 victory over Watford on April 7, 2023. However, he has three years left on his contract with Huddersfield in the Championship, and his deal will run until June 30, 2026.
This season, the 22-year-old midfielder will earn £620,000, while he earns £11,923 per week.
4. David Kasumu
David Kasumu, a central midfielder, is one of Huddersfield’s highest-paid players. Kasumu joined Huddersfield in July 2022, signing a three-year deal until 2025, although the exact amount Huddersfield paid to acquire him remains a secret due to his age.
As of now, Kasumu still has two years left on his contract with the club, which will end on June 30, 2025. While he currently earns £9,423 each week, he’s set to pocket a total salary of £980,000 over these two years, which averages out to £490,000 per year.
5. Josh Ruffels
Ruffels joined Huddersfield in July 2021, but he had a tough start with COVID-19 right before the season began in August 2021. Because of this, he missed a big part of the early games.
However, he finally got to play for Huddersfield in a match against Blackburn Rovers in September 2021 and even became the 1,000th player to represent the club.
One of his best moments came when he scored two goals in a match against Queens Park Rangers in November 2022.
And now, he has a contract with Huddersfield until June 2025, and this season, he will earn a base salary of £442,000, which amounts to around £8,500 per week, not including any additional bonuses.
At 29 years old, he’s an important part of the Huddersfield squad, and his contributions on the field are well-rewarded.
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