Firmino gets big bonuses for Saints game


Liverpool forward Roberto Firmino will be handsomely rewarded for his performance against Southampton on Sunday.

The Brazil international netted his twentieth goal of the season early on in the 2-0 victory before adding a sensational backheeled assist for team-mate Mohamed Salah to score.

And those moments of brilliance will net him a tidy bonus payment, according to an article in The Mirror, in which they say he will more than double his weekly wage.

The report cites Football Leaks: The Dirty Business of Football as their source for the financial figures in the article, in which they state Firmino gets paid a weekly wage of £68,085.

He will also allegedly get paid an extra £25,000 for each of his first five goals of the season, £45,000 for his goals between six and ten, £65,000 from eleven to fifteen and a hefty £85,000 per goal after that.

The former Hoffenheim man is alleged to get paid a bonus of £31,000 for each assist he lays on for a team-mate – which means that he has earned himself £116,000 in assist bonuses so far this season.

The report goes on to claim that he will get paid £184,085 for his efforts this week – which

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