Tottenham’s Levy highest paid director in the PL – report

Date published: Wednesday 4th April 2018 2:47

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is reportedly the highest paid director in the Premier League after club accounts showed he took an income of over £6million for the year ending 30 June 2017.

The figure – an increase from £2.84million the previous year – is believed to be higher than most of the club’s best-paid players. The Times reported on Wednesday that the players were “stunned” to learn what their chairman took home, at a time when they were told there were salary restraints.

Here, Press Association Sport lists the Premier League clubs’ highest-paid directors, according to accounts published on the Companies House website.

Arsenal – £2,618,000 (inc pension contribution)

Bournemouth – £1,256,000 (inc pension contribution)

Brighton – £1,242,956 (inc pension contribution)

Burnley – £0*

Chelsea – £308,000**

Crystal Palace – accounts not yet showing on Companies House

Everton – £588,000 (inc pension contribution)

Huddersfield – £120,571

Leicester – £325,000 (inc pension contribution)

Liverpool – £914,000 (inc pension contribution)

Man City – £0*

Man Utd – £0*

Newcastle – Accounts not yet showing on Companies House

Southampton – £545,000

Stoke – £806,000 (inc pension contribution)

Swansea – £634,013 (inc pension contribution)

Tottenham – £6,013,000 (inc pension contribution)

Watford – £553,333

West Brom – £262,000

West Ham – £868,000

* Accounts show directors received no remuneration, but other earnings not disclosed

** Total for all directors rather than highest paid

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