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earners. Here are Los Blancos' highest-paid players, with a new name at the top of the ranking after Cristiano Ronaldo left the club.The shot-stopper joined Real in a transfer understood to be worth €35 million (R564 million), and put pen to paper on a six-year deal.There are not many reports out there about the 26-year-old's wages in Spain, but it has been claimed he now earns about €13 million (R210 million) gross annually, according to Marca, which would see him pocket €6.5 million (R105 million) after deductions.This converts to wages of about €120 000 (R1.9 million or £110 000) per week, and sees him sit in ninth position among Real's highest-paid players, just slightly less than Isco, who is said to earn £120 000 (R2.2 million) weekly.After Cristiano Ronaldo left Los Blancos, Gareth Bale is now the club's top earner with reported weekly wages of £350 000 (R6.3 million), while Sergio Ramos and Toni Kroos follow with £200 000 (R3.6 million) a week.Luka Modric wwwpic5678
currently earns £180 000 (R3.3 million) weekly, followed by Marcelo and Karim Benzema, who both pocket £150 000 (R2.7 million) a week, which is £10 000 (R180 000) more than 2018 FIFA World Cup winner Raphael Varane takes home weekly.Read: The 10 Highest-Paid Players In LaLiga After Ronaldo ExitKeylor Navas, who was Real's first-choice goalkeeper over the past few seasons, is on £85 000 (R1.5 million) a week, and it remains to wwwpic5678
be seen whether or not he will leave the Santiago Bernabeu before the Spanish window closes on 31 August.