8 4. Yaya Toure – £240k-per-week – Click the arrow for more – There was a time when Yaya Toure was the highest paid player in England, but the Ivory Coast star still remains well in the top five, earning a gigantic £240,000-a-week. 5. Sergio Aguero – £225k-per-week – Click the arrow for more – The Argentine superstar has always been among the Premier League’s highest earning players and in the eyes of the City faithful he is worth every penny. 2. Radamel Falcao – £265k-per-week – Click the arrow for more – He may only be in England until the end of the season, but Falcao’s staggering earnings catapult him well into the Premier League’s top earners, but he isn’t number one… =8. Eden Hazard and Diego Costa – £185k-per-week – Click the arrow to see who are the joint sixth highest earners – Chelsea have gained a reputation for paying among the largest salaries in the Premier League and they have certainly shown that with their sizeable £185,000-a-week deals for Hazard and Costa, but they are not the highest in the country. 8 8 8 10. Mesut Ozil – £180k-per-week – Click the arrow to see who earns more than Ozil! – Arsenal’s record signing instantly became the club’s highest earning star with a staggering £180,000-per-week. 8 This summer saw huge amounts spent by Premier League clubs on some of world football’s finest players, but which footballers earn the most in England’s elite division?Earlier this week, Italian publications released figures of the earnings of Serie A players, figures that while high were perhaps an indication of the current financial status of Italian football.That got us wondering who the Premier League’s highest earners are. Simply click the arrow on the right to find out the top ten.Sources: Forbes; The Richest; The Telegraph; Daily Mail; Express; Metro 8 3. Robin van Persie – £250k-per-week – Click the arrow for more – The Dutchman saw his wages sky-rocket when he made the switch from Arsenal to Man United in 2012. 8 8 =6. Cesc Fabregas and Angel Di Maria – £200k-per-week – Click the arrow for more – Two of the Premier League’s biggest signings of the summer, Fabregas and Di Maria certainly earn wages befitting their superstar status. It is believed that the Chelsea man has seen his salary doubled following his move from Barcelona. 1. Wayne Rooney – £300k-per-week – Despite Man United’s mega-money recruitment drive, the England man remains the clubs and the country’s highest earner, pocketing an astronomical £300,000-per-week!