Curious who the highest-paid players in the MLS are? We'll show you the league's top 10 earners.
Eric Hassli, Vancouver Whitecaps, $790,000
The Whitecaps forward, known for his stunningly powerful strikes, rounds out our list. He's the only player making under a million on the list of top-10 highest MLS earners for 2012.
Kris Boyd, Portland Timbers, $1,515,000
In his first season in MLS, the Timbers forward is making a very comfortable living. Boyd's team isn't doing so well, as they sit just above the bottom-dwelling L.A. Galaxy in the Western Conference, but at least his salary should be keeping him happy.
Danny Koevermans, Toronto FC, $1,563,323.33
With three Toronto FC players in the top-10 highest MLS earners, you would think they could manage a record better than their current one. An 0-9 start is far from what you'd expect from a team with so many players making more than a million dollars.
Julian de Guzman, Toronto FC, $1,910,746
The 31-year-old midfielder's paycheck is probably the only thing putting a smile on his face so far this season. Toronto's early 0-9 performance certainly isn't.
Landon Donovan, Los Angeles Galaxy, $2,400,000
The Galaxy captain recently expressed a desire to return to the Premier League and Everton. He may be unsatisfied in the MLS, but one thing is certain: It's not because of his salary.
Torsten Frings, Toronto FC, $2,413,666.67
The Toronto midfielder rounds out the top-five highest paid MLS players. While his team has started the season with a league-worst 0-9 record, at least Frings doesn't have to worry about overdrawing his bank account.
Robbie Keane, Los Angeles Galaxy, $3,417,242.75
Ireland's native son is doing quite well for himself, despite his team's early season struggles. And don't forget the all-important 75 cents at the end of his multi-million dollar salary.
David Beckham, Los Angeles Galaxy, $4,000,000
The Galaxy's most prized possession comes in third on this list, but considering his team's last place position in the Western Conference (as of May 25), the Tinseltown star should consider a pay cut.
Rafael Marquez, New York Red Bulls, $4,600,000
The trouble-making Red Bulls midfielder makes a pretty hefty salary considering he's only played in six of 13 games so far this season.
Thierry Henry, New York Red Bulls, $5,600,000
The New York Red Bulls forward is the highest-paid player in the MLS. Henry's scored nine goals so far this season. Factor in him sitting out four of the last five games with of a hamstring injury, and that tally becomes even more impressive.