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