Real Salt Lake 2022 Player Wages And Salaries

Real Salt Lake play in the Western Conference of Major League Soccer and have been one of the impressive sides in the 2022 season. In this article, we will disclose Real Salt Lake player wages and salaries in 2022 as well as the club’s wage bill for 2022.

Real Salt Lake Player Wages And Salaries 2022

PLAYERWEEKLY
WAGES
YEARLY
SALARY
STRIKERS
Bobby Wood $21,920$1,139,840
Anderson Julio$7,535 $391,820
MIDFIELDERS
Albert Rusnák $49,320 $2,564,640
Damir Kreilach$28,770$1,496,040
Everton Luiz $26,030$1,353,560
Jonathan Menéndez $11,097$577,044
Jeizon Ramírez $8,357$434,564
Pablo Ruiz$7,946 $413,192
Rubio Rubin $2,329 $121,108
Christopher Garcia $1,918 $99,736
Justin Portillo$1,507 $78,364
Maikel Chang $1,233 $64,116
DEFENDERS
Zack Farnsworth$1,370 $71,240
Erik Holt $1,781$92,612
Andrew Brody$2,055 $106,860
Nick Besler $2,603 $135,356
Ashtone Morgan$3,425 $178,100
Donny Toia$4,658 $242,216
Aaron Herrera $7,535$391,820
Toni Datkovic$7,672 $398,944
Justin Meram$9,727 $505,804
Marcelo Silva $10,823$562,796
Justen Glad $12,467 $648,284
GOALIES
Zac MacMath $4,110$213,720
Andrew Putna$3,425 $178,100
David Ochoa $1,918 $99,736

Real Salt Lake Highest Paid Player 2022

Albert Rusnak is the highest paid player at Real Salt Lake for the 2022 season. He earns a weekly wage of $49,320.

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Real Salt Lake Wage Bill 2022 

The wage bill of Real Salt Lake in 2022 is $241,531 per week and $12,559,612 per year.

Facts About Real Salt Lake (RSL)

Real Salt Lake, also abbreviated as RSL, is a professional soccer team in the United States that plays its home games in and around the Salt Lake City metropolitan region. The team is a participant in the Western Conference of Major League Soccer (MLS).

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It can be recalled that Real Salt Lake entered the league in 2005 as an expansion team and has been playing there ever since. The club became established after being given the opportunity to play in the Major League Soccer expansion draft in 2004.

They play their games at a soccer-specific stadium known as Rio Tinto Stadium, located in Sandy. They previously played their games at Rice-Eccles Stadium located on the University of Utah campus from 2005 to 2007.

The information will be updated as changes are made in the squad and in salaries.