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Latest Philadelphia Union salary figures

The Major League Soccer Players Union released its latest batch of salary figures yesterday.

Latest Philadelphia Union salary figures


The Major League Soccer Players Union released its latest batch of salary figures yesterday. I’ve compiled the Union’s numbers below.

The full list is here. Each player has a base salary and a guaranteed compensation figure. All numbers are in U.S. dollars.

Last Name First Name Position Base Salary Guaranteed Compensation
Arrieta Christian D 60,000 64,500
Califf Danny D 250,000 250,000
Carreiro Fred M 250,000 282,000
Coudet Eduardo M 180,000 185,000
González Alzate Juan Diego D 180,000 184,462.50
Harvey Jordan D 55,000 56,250
Jacobson Andrew M 40,000 40,000
Knighton Brad GK 40,000 40,000
Le Toux Sebastién F 110,000 122,000
Mapp Justin M 162,000 170,333.33
McInerney Jack F 52,250 116,416.67
Miglioranzi Stefani M 125,000 148,125
Moreno Alejandro F 145,000 158,125
Mwanga Danny F 100,000 206,250
Nakazawa Kyle M 40,000 40,000
Noone J.T. M 40,000 40,012.08
Okugo Amobi M 75,000 158,000
Orozco Fiscal Michael D 150,000 200,000
Salinas Shea M 40,000 40,000
Seitz Chris GK 100,000 135,500
Stahl Toni M 40,000 110,300
Torres Roger M 96,000 99,125
Zimmerman Nick M 40,000 40,000

You might also like to know about the salaries of some other marquee names around the league:

Nery Castillo, Chicago Fire: 1,400,004 / 1,788,060.50
Freddie Ljungberg, Chicago Fire: 1,300,000 / 1,314,000
Conor Casey, Colorado Rapids: 350,000 / 350,000
Guillermo Barros Schelotto, Columbus Crew: 140,000 / 241,250.00

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Branko Boskovic, D.C. United: 380,000 / 516,200
Jaime Moreno, D.C. United: 160,000 / 185,000
Andy Najar, D.C. United: 39,000 / 58,995.83
Brian Ching, Houston Dynamo: 350,000 / 350,000

David Beckham, Los Angeles Galaxy: 5,500,000.06 / 6,500,000.04
Landon Donovan, Los Angeles Galaxy: 2,050,000 / 2,127,777.78
Omar Gonzalez, Los Angeles Galaxy: 80,000 / 157,000
Shalrie Joseph, New England Revolution: 450,000 / 475,000

Juan Pablo Ángel, New York Red Bulls: 1,620,000 / 1,918,000
Thierry Henry, New York Red Bulls: 5,000,000.04 / 5,600,000.04
Rafael Márquez, New York Red Bulls: 5,544,000 / 5,544,000

Kyle Beckerman, Real Salt Lake: 250,000 / 250,000
Javier Morales, Real Salt Lake: 200,000 / 200,000
Alvaro Saborio, Real Salt Lake: 120,000 / 128,125

Alvaro Fernandez, Seattle Sounders: 300,000 / 300,000
Kasey Keller, Seattle Sounders: 300,000 / 300,000
Fredy Montero, Seattle Sounders: 180,000 / 180,000
Blaise N’Kufo, Seattle Sounders: 480,000 / 480,000

Bobby Convey, San Jose Earthquakes: 285,000 / 307,500
Julian de Guzman, Toronto FC: 1,670,796 / 1,717,546
Dwayne DeRosario, Toronto FC: 375,000 / 443,750
Miguel “Mista” Martinez, Toronto FC: 968,736 / 987, 337.50

Who do you think is overpaid and underpaid?

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