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Top 10 highest-paid managers in 2023

Published at :February 20, 2023 at 11:00 PM
Modified at :February 21, 2023 at 12:21 AM
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Shashwat Dhoundiyal

These football tacticians earn a big salary in their respective clubs.

The game of football has become more and more complex nowadays. It requires a clear sense of objectives in terms of playing style and players who are perfect in their roles. The job of adjusting all this and making the side work as a team or more accurately as a machine is of a manager or sometimes called a coach. The coach is the ultimate head of the whole. He is like a chess master who controls all his players and moves them accordingly to achieve success. A manager of the teams takes care of the team, supervises, and envisages their playing style, look after their training and also is in charge of bringing in new players to fulfil the need of the team if there are any.

A manager’s job is one of the various responsibilities as he is the first one to be questioned if a team suffers defeat. A manager needs to be much more organised than players and always look for solutions to various problems thus making the job extremely complex. All these power and responsibilities also bring in huge sums of money. Some of the managers who are leading the finest clubs in the world are getting paid hefty amount of salary for their efforts.

**Salary in Per Month**

10. Simone Inzaghi - €620k - Inter Milan

Simone Inzaghi won the Supercoppa Italiana and Coppa Italia in his first season at Inter Milan. (Courtesy: SiempreInter)

He is the younger brother of AC Milan legend Filippo Inzaghi. He started his managerial career at Lazio in 2016 and helped them win the Coppa Italia title and two SuperCoppa Italiana titles. His success got him the Inter Milan job. With them, he won a Copa Italia and also two SuperCoppa Italiana titles, the recent one of 2023 after defeating their arch-rival AC Milan in a humiliating fashion.

9. Julian Nagelsmann - €666k - Bayern Munich

He is the head of the Bavarian club Bayern Munich but what’s more interesting is that he is just 35 years old. Nagelsmann is one of the best young coaches in the world. He has earlier managed 1899 Hoffenheim and then RB Leipzig. His time at RB Leipzig attracted Bayern towards him and they appointed him as the manager in 2021. With Leipzig, he has won the DFB-Pokal in 2021. With Bayern Munich, he won the Bundesliga in 2022. It was a big thing for him as it was his first title but a very common thing for Bayern Munich.

8. Jose Mourinho - €770k - AS Roma

The list would be incomplete without the “Special One”. Jose Mourinho is one of the best managers in the World. His rivalry with another great manager Pep Guardiola has always thrilled the fans. His time with Porto is a case study when he led the Portuguese side to an unexpected Champions League title in 2004. Since that day, He became the Special One which was endorsed by him only. His Chelsea career after Porto also proved very fruitful and justified his Special One title. With Chelsea, he won two Premier League titles back-to-back. He then moved to Inter Milan, where he won the remarkable treble. He is currently at AS Roma after having managed Real Madrid, again Chelsea, then Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur.

7. Carlo Ancelotti - 910k - Real Madrid

Don Carlo is the most decorated manager in the World. He has won all the top five Leagues in Europe. Ancelotti is currently managing Real Madrid which is his second stint with the club, the first being from 2013 to 2015. He has won a total of four Champions League titles, two each with Real Madrid and AC Milan. As a player too, he has achieved great success. He played for AC Milan in his playing days and won the Champions League two times in a row.

6. Brendon Rodgers - €983k - Leicester City

Leicester City might be struggling this season but Brendan has lifted two trophies to their cabinet.

The Leicester City head gets a total of 983k euros per month. He has led Leicester City to a FA cup victory in 2021 and also a FA Community Shield in 2021. Before Leicester City, He has proved his metal with Celtic in Scotland. The former Liverpool manager is not having a very decent season this year but let’s hope for the best.

5. Massimiliano Allegri - 1.17m - Juventus

Juventus gets a hefty amount for his services. He has provided Juventus with five Serie A titles and four Coppa Italia. Along with this, he has also led Juventus to two champions League finals both times he was defeated by two Spanish giants Barcelona and then Real Madrid. Domestic double that is the league title and Cup is a very common thing for Allegri as he has won it four times. His managing highlights with Juventus reflect Italian dominance.

4. Antonio Conte - €1.49m - Tottenham Hotspur FC

The Juventus and Italy legend, Antonio Conte is next on the list. As a player, He won a number of Serie A titles as well as a Champions League title. He replicated these stats in his Managerial career when he won three back-to-back Serie A titles for the Bianconeri but he is yet to win a Champions League title as a manager. Conte proved himself right in his very first job. He then signed for Chelsea where he won the Premier League and then with Inter Milan where he won the Serie A in 2020-21. Antonio Conte is currently now at the London-based side Tottenham Hotspurs and is getting paid 1.49 million euros for his job.

3. Jurgen Klopp - 1.49m - Liverpool FC

Jurgen Klopp
Jurgen Klopp has made this Liverpool side into a phenomenal team.

Just like his Premier League rival Pep, Klopp also came from Germany. He joined the Premier League side Liverpool and continued his rivalry with Pep Guardiola who joined Manchester City the next season. They both pushed themselves to the limits and it was often anticipated that the league title would be won by one of these clubs. The Liverpool management pays Klopp a monthly salary of 1.49 million Euros. In return, He made them the European and English Champions. Thanks to him Liverpool brought home the Premier League, the first since their last in the 1989-90 season and the first one of the Premier League era.

2. Pep Guardiola – €1.89m - Manchester City

Regarded as one of the best footballing coaches in the world right now, he has been phenomenal for his Manchester side. It will be right to say that under him Manchester City has become a real contender for not only English titles but also European titles. His excellence comes at a cost and for this, he gets around 1.89 million euros a month which would be around 22 million euros annually. After having the best time at Barcelona and a successful one at Bayern, Guardiola looked for some challenge and moved to Manchester. He has told multiple times that his goal is to make City the European Champions, easy to say for a man who has won the Premier four times in a duration of six years.

1. Diego Simeone - €3.33m - Atletico Madrid

The Argentine has headed the club since his arrival in 2011. He is currently the highest-paid manager in Europe. He has led his club, Atletico Madrid, too many accolades. Thanks to him, Atletico Madrid has become a footballing powerhouse and the number three in Spain after Real Madrid and Barcelona. He has led Atletico Madrid to two La Liga, two Europa League and two Champions League finals. Over the years, Diego Simeone and Atletico Madrid have become synonymous with each other.




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