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Updated MLS salaries for late signings

Federico Higuain, who has inspired Columbus’s playoff push, signed a contract worth $160,000 in base salary and $324,000 guaranteed. (Getty Images)

Salaries for late MLS signings, according to MLS Players Union…..

Giles Barnes, Houston Dynamo: $120,000 annual base salary, $132,750 guaranteed

Tim Cahill, New York Red Bulls: $3.5 million, $3.624 million

Ricardo Clark, Houston Dynamo: $260,000, $293,750

Rodrigo Digao, New York Red Bulls: $90,000, $90,000

Guillermo Franco, Chicago Fire: $174,000, $174,000

Marcus Hahnemann, Seattle Sounders: $60,000, $60,000

Federico Higuain, Columbus Crew: $160,000, $324,000

Matias Jara, FC Dallas: $60,000, $60,000

Mario Martinez, Seattle Sounders: $48,000, $48,000

Andy O’Brien, Vancouver Whitecaps: $150,000, $192,250

Darren O’Dea, Toronto FC: $330,000, $436,250

Luis Robles, New York Red Bulls: $44,000, $46,500

Oriol Rosell, Sporting Kansas City: $90,000, $98,750

Lloyd Sam, New York Red Bulls: $120,000, $140,250

Hendry Thomas, Colorado Rapids: $187,800, $197,800

Juan Toja, New England Revolution: $180,000, $200,000

Marcus Tracy, San Jose Earthquakes: $44,000, $44,000

Tiago Ulisses, Vancouver Whitecaps: $90,000, $103,852

Christian Wilhelmsson, Los Angeles Galaxy: $168,000, $190,650


Steven Goff is The Post’s soccer writer. His beats include D.C. United, MLS and the international game, as well as local college basketball.



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