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Archie Gray wages: How much is Leeds United star earning at 17? How does it compare to others?

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Leeds United midfielder Archie Gray is already making a name for himself at age of 17 in the Championship with Daniel Farke’s side.

The Whites have always boasted a talented academy at Thorp Arch, with new talent coming through every year, looking to make their way into the senior setup.

Archie Gray was the latest to make his senior debut for the side, coming into Daniel Farke’s side post relegation and shining alongside Ethan Ampadu, before making the right-back spot his own more recently.

At 17, he penned a major long-term contract extension back in January, which keeps him at the club until the summer of 2028:

Here, we look at how much the midfielder is earning at the moment, and how he compares to others at Elland Road…

Gray current wages revealed

At 17, it should be no shock that Gray is one of the lower earners in the first team, with Capology revealing that the midfielder currently earns £5,000-per-week on his contract.

Such a weekly wage puts him in line for £260,000 over the course of his yearly salary.

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Gray wages compared to Leeds teammates

According to the same outlet, his midfielder counterparts are on considerably more, with Ilia Gruev on £15,000 weekly, while Glen Kamara earns £22,500-a-week, and Ampadu brings in a hefty £40,000-per-week.

What is intriguing is that Leeds took a while to be able to offer a long-term deal to Gray on terms that fit his influence on the side, but Helder Costa started the season earning £32,500-per-week (subject to possible wage cuts) before his contract was terminated.

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