Who are the highest paid managers in Europe?

The Premier League is currently home to some of the best managers in the world.

Pep Guardiola, Jurgen Klopp and Thomas Tuchel have all established themselves among the best in the world in recent years.

But how much are they paid by their clubs? And how do their salaries compare to those of the best European managers?

The Team analyzed the numbers and named the three highest-paid managers in each of Europe’s top five leagues.

See their findings below… (Numbers indicate how much they earn per month in gross salary)


Guardiola is comfortably the highest paid manager in the Premier League.

The Man City boss earns just under €2m a month. Not too bad.

Klopp and Conte are tied for second with both earning the same amount of money.

Tuchel and Mikel Arteta both miss the top three.


by Diego Simeone the pay is quite amazing. He earns €3.33m per month, making him by far the highest paid manager in Europe’s top five leagues.

Carlo Ancelotti also makes the top three but there is no room for Barcelona boss Xavi.


Mourinho is only the second highest paid manager in the Italian top flight.

The Portuguese legend is paid less than Max Allegri, who returned to Juventus last summer.

Simeone Inzaghi completes the top three.


Bayern Munich generously paid Julian Nagelsmann to sign him away from RB Leipzig last summer.

His monthly salary of €666,000 per month is still far below that of some of Europe’s top managers.


It’s no surprise that Pochettino is comfortably the highest paid manager in Ligue 1.

The Argentinian is paid 1.1 million euros per month, which is 800,000 euros more than the salaries of Jorge Sampaoli and Christophe Galtier.

He may not be the boss of PSG any longer. The pressure is mounting on Pochettino following their exit from the Champions League Round of 16 against Real Madrid earlier this month.

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Mary I. Bruner