Patryk Klimala has been revealed as New York Red Bulls' highest paid player after joining from Celtic.

The Polish striker departed Parkhead after netting just three goals in 28 appearances.

He cost Celts around £3.5million but the club managed to recoup their fee and then some with Red Bulls splashing out on the hitman. And it was not just his transfer fee his new club spent big on.

The MLS - required to divulge salaries due to a spending cap - revealed the details of his eye-popping salary where he earns $1million base salary per year which equates to around £800,000.

That means Klimala is earning roughly £15,3800 per week at his new club.

The attacker is now officially the biggest earner at NYRB with the closest to him, central defender Aaron Long, taking home around £636,000 per year.

Club captain Sean Akira Davis earns roughly £266,000 per year. Former Celtic defender Andrew Guttman is on £195,400 per year at the club.

Other Scots on the list include Lewis Morgan at Inter Miami who rakes in around £390,700 per year, Johnny Russell at Sporting Kansas City on close to £1.3million per year.

Former Rangers defender and Scotland cap Danny Wilson, currently at Colorado Rapids, is also on the list. He earns around £195,000 per year.

The highest paid player in the league is former Manchester Utd striker Javier Hernandez on $6million per year. Closest to him is Gonzalo Higuain on $5.1million and then comes ex-Arsenal striker Carlos Vela at LAFC on $4.5million.