ARSENAL have welcomed two new faces to their table-topping squad so far this month.
GettyLeandro Trossard joined the Gunners from Brighton to add more attacking firepower[/caption]
GettyJakub Kiwior will provide more competition at the back[/caption]
However, neither of the new additions come close to challenging the top earners at Arsenal when it comes to their salaries.
That makes him the ninth highest-paid player at the club.
While Polish defender Kiwior, 22, will reportedly earn £58k-a-week.
Those earnings are dwarfed by summer signing Gabriel Jesus, who is claimed to be the highest-paid player at the club.
Figures from Sportrac say Jesus, 25, scoops a whopping £265k-a-week.
Thomas Partey, who has been superb for the Gunners this season, is the second highest-paid player at the club on £200k-a-week.
Jesus’ former City team-mate Oleksandr Zinchenko comes next with his £150k-a-week earnings.
Meanwhile star winger Bukayo Saka is thought to be only the 11th best paid player at the club.
That’s if Cedric Soares’ £75k-a-week earnings are removed, with the right-back reported to be close to a move to Fulham.
Saka, 21, is thought to earn £70k-a-week, although he is currently in talks over a new long-term deal.
Elsewhere club captain Martin Odegaard is also outside the top five earners at the Emirates.
He is sixth on the list, and reportedly takes home £115k-a-week.