Henry remained No. 1 despite a reduction in his base salary to $ 5,000,000 from $ 3,750,000, according to the figure released Monday by the MLS Player Union. Henry’s total pay fell from $ 5,600,000 to $ 4,350,000,
Keane has the highest base salary at $ 4,000,000, an increase from $ 2,917,241 last season, and his total would rise to $ 4,333,333 from $ 3,417,243 after helping Galaxy win their second straight MLS title.
Red Bulls midfielder Tim Cahill was third ($ 3.5 million base, $ 3,625,000 total), followed by Galaxy midfielder Landon Donovan ($ 2.5 million base and total) and Montreal forward Marco Di Vaio ($ 1,000,008, $ 1,937,508).