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Top 10 Highest-Paid Football Managers In Europe

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Top 10 Highest-Paid Football Managers In Europe

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Who is the highest paid coach in Europe in 2022? Managers in Europe do earn a lot of money for the job they do, but which one of them get the highest pay?

NaijNaira has compiled a list of the highest paid managers in Europe as well as their weekly, monthly and yearly salary.

Ten Top paid managers in Eropean football

10. Simone Inzaghi – Inter Milan (€7.4M)

Simone is the current head coach of Inter Milan. He started his coaching career at Lazio in 2016 and stayed there for five years before being appointed as Inter’s head coach in 2021 on a two-year contract which would see him earn €7.4M per year, €620,000 per month and €155,000 per week.

9. Julian Naggelsmann – Bayern Munich (€7.9M)

Julian is the manager of Bayern Munich. He started his coaching career in 2016 with 1899 Hoffenheim after an unsuccessful playing career.

He coached the german outfit for three years before the club announced that Nagelsmann would be leaving the club at the end of the 2018–19 season.

Following his departure from Hoffenheim, the german was appointed as the head coach of Leipzig in 2019 and he went on to coach them for two seasons before being appointed as the manager of Bundesliga giants Bayern in 2021 on a five-year deal which would see him earning a massive salary of €7.9M per year, €660,000 per month and €165,000 per week.

8. Jose Mourinho – AS Roma (€9.2M)

Mourinho is widely considered as one of the greatest managers of all time and he currently coaches Roma. The Portuguese has managed a number of notable clubs in the past including Chelsea, Inter Milan, Real Madrid, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur.

The most recent club he managed is Tottenham Hotspur in 2019 before he got sacked in 2021. Following his sack, he was appointed by Roma to replace Paulo Fonseca. He earns a whooping €9.2M per year, €770,000 per month and €192,500 per week.

7. Carlo Ancelotti – Real Madrid (€10.9M)

Ancelotti is the head coach of Real Madrid. Regarded as one of the greatest and most decorated managers of all time, he has managed quite a number of clubs in his career including Reggiana, Parma, Juventus, AC Milan, Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Napoli and Everton.

The most recent club he managed was Everton from 2019 to 2021 before taking over as head coach of Real Madrid in 2021 on a contract until 2024 which would see him earning €10.9M per year, €910,000 per month and €227,500 per week.

6. Graham Potter – Chelsea (€12M)

Potter is the manager of Chelsea football club. The former Macclesfield Town left-back started his coaching career at Leeds Carnegie in 2008 and left in 2011 to join Östersund in Sweden.

In 2018 he was appointed manager of Swansea City and remained there for one year before joining Brighton in 2019. He coached them for three years before taking over at Stamford Bridge in September this year on a contract until 2027 which would see him earn a whopping €12M per year, €1M per month and €250,000 per week.

5. Massimiliano Allegri – Juventus (€14.4M)

Allegri is the head coach of Juventus. The Italian started his coaching career at Aglianese in 2003 and went on to coach different clubs like SPAL, Grosseto, Sassuolo, Cagliari, AC Milan before he took over at Juventus in 2021 on a four-year contract until 2025.

He presently earns €14.4M per year, €1.2M per month and €300,000 per week.

4. Antonio Conte – Tottenham (€16.8M)

Conte is the manager of Tottenham Hotspur. Since the beginning his coaching career with Siena in 2005 as the assistant coach, Antonio has been the head coach of various clubs like Arezzo, Bari, Atalanta, Siena, Juventus, Chelsea and Inter Milan before his recent appointment as coach of Spurs in 2021.

The Italian currently earns a massive €16.8M per year, €1.4M per month and €350,000 per week.

3. Jurgen Klopp – Liverpool (€18M)

Klopp is the current head coach of Liverpool. Widely regarded as one of the best managers in the world, Jurgen began his coaching career at Mainz 05 in 2001 and remained their head coach there for seven seasons before joining Borussia Dortmund in 2008. He

The German took over as manager of Liverpool in 2015 after yet another seven years at Dortmund. He presently earns €18M per year, €1.5M per month and €375,000 per week.

2. Pep Guardiola – Manchester City (€22.8M)

Guardiola is the present head coach of Manchester City. The former Barcelona midfielder started his coaching career at Barcelona B (the reserve team of FC Barcelona) in 2007 and was appointed as coach of the first team a year later in 2008. He was the manager of Barca till 2012.

In January 2013, Pep too over as head coach of Bayern Munichand remained as head coach for three years until 2016 when his contract was set to expire. The spaniard then joined City in February 2016 on a three year contract. He earns a massive salary of €22.8M per year, €1.9M per month and €475,000 per week.

1. Diego Simeone – Atletico Madrid (€39.6M)

The Atletico Madrid manager takes the spot as the highest paid football manager in Europe. Diego started his managerial career at Racing Club in 2006 and since then he has coached various clubs like Estudiantes, River Plate, San Lorenzo, Catania and Racing Club before his recent appointment as coach of Atletico in 2011.

He presently earns a lucrative salary of €39.6M per year, €3.3M per month and €825,000 per week.

This article was updated 2 months ago

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