Ghana defender Baba Rahman has emerged as the top-earning player at Spanish side Real Mallorca.
Baba joined the Vermilion on a season-long loan deal from English Premier League giants Chelsea FC in the summer.
The 25-year-old left-back's time at the San Moix has been hampered by injuries, playing a total of 199 minutes in three matches for the side.
He returned from a three-month injury on his in Mallorca's Spanish Cup victory against lower-tier side El Àlamo in January but he was just a shadow of himself, both physically and mentally.
It has however appeared that Baba is the highest-paid player at the club with wages of €286,500 per-week, which is almost trice as what key player Abdón Prats (€73,000) pockets weekly.
Reason for the defender's high salary being that he is paid by his parent club, Chelsea.
Meanwhile, Baba's compatriots Lumor Agbenyenu and Iddrisu Baba Mohammed take home €34,000 and €20,000 respectively.
Both players have played an important role in Vicente Moreno's men this season. Agbenyenu has enjoyed 20 games with Baba Iddrisu playing 25 matches in all competitions.