10 Highest Paid Premier League Managers

The Highest Paid Premier League Managers

With the salary of new Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag reportedly revealed, here are the highest paid Premier League managers since the announcement of the Dutchman’s new job. According to reports, the vast majority of the 20 Premier League managers who began the 2022/23 season earn more than their average players at the club.

According to reports, no Premier League manager earns more than Manchester City’s Pep Guardiola, who is said to earn £19 million per year. Jurgen Klopp, the boss of Liverpool, is reportedly paid £16 million per year, or slightly more than £300,000 per week.

Who earns the most money in the English Premier League? Check out the table below.

Highest paid football managers in the world

Highest paid football managers in the world
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According to The Sun, salary figures for the top 20 highest paid football managers in the world were published in a report. The following is a list of the highest-paid Premier League managers.

RankingsHighest Paid Premier League ManagersClubSalary
1.Pep GuardiolaManchester City£19m
2.Jurgen KloppLiverpool£16m
3.Antonio ConteTottenham Hotspur£15m
4.Brendan RodgersLeicester City£10m
5.Erik Ten HagManchester United£9m
6.Mikel ArtetaArsenal£8.3m
7.Marcelo BielsaLeeds United£8m
8.Thomas TuchelChelsea£7m
9.Ralph HasenhuttlSouthampton£6m
10.Frank LampardEverton£5m
=11.David MoyesWest Ham United£5m
=12.Steven GerrardAston Villa£5m
13.Roy HodgsonWatford£4.5m
14.Patrick VieiraCrystal Palace£4m
15.Sean DycheBurnley£3.5m
16.Eddie HoweNewcastle United£3m
17.Bruno LageWolverhampton Wanderers£2.5m
18.Graham PotterBrighton & Hove Albion£2m
19.Dean SmithNorwich City£1.5m
=20.Thomas FrankBrentford£1.5m
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Highest paid coach in EPL

Highest paid coach in EPL

Pep Guardiola, leads the EPL highest paid managers salary record, and is the highest-paid manager in England, with Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp coming in second.

The only other Premier League managers with eight-figure salaries are Tottenham’s Antonio Conte (£15 million per year) and Leicester’s Brendan Rodgers (£10 million). 

Erik ten Hag took over as manager of the Red Devils at the start of the 2022/23 Premier League season. According to reports, the new manager of the Red Devils will earn £9 million per year, making him the fifth-highest-paid manager in England’s top flight. 

Along with Erik ten Hag, Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is set to earn £8.3 million per year, putting him sixth on the list.

Leeds manager Marcelo Bielsa earns £8 million per year, placing him seventh on the list of the highest paid Premier League managers ahead of the 2021/22 season.

Thomas Tuchel was appointed manager of Chelsea in 2021 and won the Champions League in his first season. According to recent reports, he will earn around £7 million per year.

Ralph Hasenhuttl was appointed manager of Premier League club Southampton in June 2018. His previous spell with the Bundesliga club was fruitful. He will extend his contract with the club for the next four years in June 2020. Southampton and Ralph Hasenhuttl’s contract is worth £6 million per year, which includes a signing bonus, a league title win bonus, and other bonuses.

Dean Smith and Thomas Frank are reportedly the Premier League managers with the less paid (£1.5 million each).

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Highest paid football managers 2022-23

Highest paid football managers 2022-23

Diego Simeone, the coach of Atletico Madrid, is the highest-paid coach in Europe. According to reports, Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone is the highest-paid coach in European football. With a gross monthly salary of €3.33 million, Diego Simeone remains Europe’s highest paid manager.

Pep Guardiola’s contract with Manchester City has been extended through 2023. While there is no public information on Guardiola’s salary, most estimates place it at £19 million per year. According to the Daily Express, his weekly salary is £385,000, making him more than any of his players.

The new Tottenham manager, who took over in the middle of the season, earns a whopping £15 million per year. Antonio Conte will be looking to justify his salary with an improved form with Tottenham Hotspur, who are aiming to finish in the top four in the 2021/2022 season.

The former Liverpool manager earns a six-figure salary at Leicester. Despite his team’s struggles to maintain balance in the 2021/2022 season, he has been influential in the club.

The Arsenal manager also earns a staggering £8.3 million in the Emirates. According to the Sun newspaper in the United Kingdom, this figure is based on his new contract with the English club, who have been impressed with the young manager’s overall progress.

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Highest paid coach in EPL 2020

  1. Pep Guardiola (Manchester City): Annual Salary: £19 million
  2. Jose Mourinho (Tottenham Hotspur): Annual Salary: £15 million
  3. Jurgen Klopp (Liverpool): Annual Salary: £15 million
  4. Carlo Ancelotti (Everton): Annual Salary: £11.5 million
  5. Brendan Rodgers (Leicester City): Annual Salary: £10 million
  6. Marcelo Bielsa (Leeds United): Annual Salary: £8 million
  7. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (Manchester United): Annual Salary: £7.5 million
  8. Ralph Hassenhutl (Southampton): Annual Salary: £6 million
  9. Frank Lampard (Chelsea): Annual Salary: £5.5 million
  10. Mikel Arteta (Arsenal): Annual Salary: £5 million

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