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Philadelphia Union Salaries: Jack Elliott receives significant raise

Jack Elliott is now making $250,000, a large upgrade from the just under $60,000 he was making on his rookie contract. 

The most significant parts of the Philadelphia Union’s player salaries are the high price paid for midfielder Marco Fabian and large raise center back Jack Elliott received in his contract extension.

Fabian, who was acquired from Eintracht Frankfurt before the start of the Major League Soccer season, has a base salary of $2,000,727, according to the list released by the MLS Players Union on Wednesday. 

Fabian, who has played 442 minutes over eight games, is only one of two Union players being paid over a million dollars. Captain Alejandro Bedoya is the other. 

Elliott, whose contract extension was announced in May, is now making $250,000, which is a large upgrade from the just under $60,000 he was making on his rookie contract. 

Homegrown midfielder Brenden Aaronson is on a base salary of $67,500 in his first season, while Auston Trusty is the highest-paid player of the Union’s Homegrowns at $124,100 guaranteed compensation.

Philadelphia Union Salary List: 

Marco Fabian: $2,000,727

Alejandro Bedoya: $1,200,000

Sergio Santos: $600,000

Haris Medunjanin: $550,008

Jamiro Monteiro: $516,000

Andre Blake: $500,004

Ilsinho: $330,000

Kai Wagner: $318,000

Jack Elliott: $250,000

Kacper Przybylko: $240,000

Ray Gaddis: $190,000

Aurelien Collin: $175,000

Warren Creavalle: $162,000

Fafa Picault: $160,000

Carlos Miguel Coronel: $132,000

Fabinho: $120,000

Auston Trusty: $95,000

Cory Burke: $75,938

Derrick Jones (On Loan to Nashville SC): $75,000

Mark McKenzie: $72,225

Olivier Mbaizo: $70,875

Anthony Fontana: $70,260

Matt Freese: $70,000

Brenden Aaronson: $67,500

Matthew Real: $57,225

Michee Ngalina: $56,250

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