The 10 Highest Paid Soccer Coaches In The World 2022

Highest Paid Soccer Coaches In The World 2022

Highest Paid Soccer Coaches In The World 2022: Ranking of the technicians with the best salary today. These are the Highest Paid coaches in the main football leagues and competitions in the world (LaLiga, Premier League, Serie A, Ligue 1…)

The figure of the coach is increasingly important in the world of football. Hence, his salaries have increased exponentially in recent years, especially among the best in the world. Since the emergence of José Mourinho and Pep Guardiola, the figure of the ‘technical director’ has gained greater media and economic prominence.

We review who are the soccer coaches who currently earn the most, in some cases having a higher salary than any player on their squad.

Highest Paid Soccer Coaches In The World 2022:

These are the salaries/salaries of the Highest Paid soccer managers in the world today.

Regardless of what each manager earns, decide who is the best manager in the world today.

10. Jose Mourinho

  • Salary: 9.2 Million Euros Per Year Gross

‘The Special One’ is one of the best trainers in the world. After managing one of the best teams in history (Inter Milan 2009-10) he has gone through Real Madrid, Chelsea, Manchester United, Tottenham, and now AS Roma. The dismissal of Mauricio Pochettino made the ‘spurs’ leaders opt for José Mourinho to relaunch his project and return to compete both in the Premier League and in Europe.

After not having a good season in 2020/21, he was dismissed by Spurs and in the summer of 2021 he signed for AS Roma of Serie A.

9. Marcelo Bielsa

  • Salary: 9.5 Million Euros Per Year Gross

The ‘Loco’ Bielsa is one of the highest paid coaches in the world and rightly so. The Argentine coach is a spectacle of tactical football and for lovers of good football, a pleasure to watch his teams play.

He currently manages Leeds United, a team he was promoted to from the English Football League Championship two seasons ago and which he has already kept in the Premier League after finishing in the ninth position in the 2020/2021 season.

8. Carlo Ancelotti

  • Salary: 11 Million Euros Per Year Gross

The good thing about Carlo Ancelotti was signed relatively recently by Real Madrid after being stopped by Naples and its passage by Everton. The one who was coach of the white team in 2013-2015 has returned to the white house to try to replace a historic Zinedine Zidane.

His long career as a coach has led him to direct big teams like AC Milan, PSG or Real Madrid itself.

7. Brendan Rodgers

  • Salary: 11.7 Million Euros Per Year Gross

One of the highest paid managers in the Premier League, that’s Brendan Rodgers. The English coach was the predecessor of Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool and after his time as a network, he went to Celtic Glasgow until 2019, when he signed for Leicester City.

With the group of the Foxes, he has achieved a creditable fifth place that allowed him to enter the Europa League in the current season and was just one point behind Chelsea who closed the Champions League places on the last day.

6. Antonio Conte

  • Salary: 12 Million Euros Per Year Gross

Antonio Conte sneaks into a privileged position after signing his contract with Tottenham Hotspur. The owners of the English team are aware that if they want to be a reference in England and Europe again, they must have one of the best coaches in the world. That has led the Italian coach to be one of the best paid on the planet, only behind five top technicians.

For the moment, the project must be consolidated, and hope that the Londoners will once again enter Champions League positions.

5. Massimiliano Allegri

  • Salary: 12.95 Million Euros Per Year Gross

Massimiliano Allegri has returned to Juventus, after leaving the club a season earlier. The transalpine coach arrives after the departure of Andrea Pirlo as coach, a stage with more shadows than lights and which coincided with the end of Cristiano Ronaldo in the Vecchia Signora.

The Italian coach has the difficult task of returning the Turin team to the top of Italian football after last season’s decline. At the moment, it is early to see a radical change and his progress in Serie A is still far from the top positions.

4. Mauricio Pochettino

  • Salary: 14.3 Million Euros Per Year Gross

He is the current manager of Paris Saint-Germain. Pochettino has the difficult task of making a team full of stars work, among which we can find: Kylian Mbappé, Neymar Jr, Lionel Messi, Di María, Sergio Ramos, Donnarumma, Marquinhos…

The demand is maximum since the Parisian team is one of the favorites to win the Champions League, as well as to win Ligue 1 and the Coupe de France. We will have to wait until the end of the season to draw conclusions about the good work of one of the best-paid coaches in the world today.

3. Jurgen Klopp

  • Salary: 17 Million Euros Per Year Gross

The German coach is possibly the fashionable coach. After winning the Champions League in the 2018-19 season, he has managed to wrest hegemony from Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City in the Premier League. They have been proclaimed champions of the English league with a great advantage over the ‘citizens’.

The only stain on Jürgen Klopp’s file is the defeat he suffered in the Champions League round of 16 at Anfield (voted the best stadium in the world) against Atlético de Madrid in 2019/20 season. Those from Cholo liquidated the European champion and left them with no chance of retaining the title.

Currently, they are a roller in the maximum continental competition, being the only English team that has achieved a full victory in the group stage of the Champions League (2021/2022)

2. Pep Guardiola

  • Salary: 23 Million Euros Per Year Gross

Pep Guardiola would enter almost any football fan’s list of the best coaches in the world. The Catalan coach has implemented his own style since his beginnings at FC Barcelona where he achieved a historic ‘sextet’ and fell in love with his game.

At Manchester City, he has managed to win two consecutive league titles, although this season he has been far from being able to chain a new one. The title of European champion is still pending with a team other than Barca.

1. Diego Pablo Simeone, The Highest Paid Coach In The World

  • Salary: 43 Million Euros Per Year Gross

Diego Simeone is the highest Paid coach in the world ahead of Pep Guardiola and Jügen Klopp. The coach of Atlético de Madrid has asserted his quality as a coach after conquering another league with the mattress team.

The Argentine coach is still key in the rojiblanco team that is still in the fight for LaLiga although far from Real Madrid, the current leader of the competition.

As a curious detail, in the world of football, they only charge more than Leo Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. If we compare him with his counterparts, we find that Cholo earns more than twice as much as Klopp and is well above Pep Guardiola.

Data Of Interest:

✓ Who Is The Coach Who Has Won The Most Titles?

Sir Alex Ferguson is the most successful manager in the history of football. He accumulates a total of 49 titles distributed between his stages in Aberdeen and Manchester United. A figure that, at the moment, seems unattainable for any other active coach.

✓ Salaries Of Other First Level Technicians:

Zinedine Zidane has dropped out of the top positions of the highest paid coaches in the world as he is currently without a team. It is very likely that when he trains again, he will break into the top 10 again.

✓ Coaches Who Charge More Than Footballers:

The unthinkable a few years ago is happening in modern football. There are coaches who earn more than many players on their squad. What initially seemed unlikely has become a reality for some of the best teams in the world.


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