“Shock, Pep is second?”…Soccer manager ‘salary rankings’ Pep slips to second, who’s first?
The news is shocking. Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola, the world’s greatest “mastermind” of all time, has fallen to second place. Which one?
UK-based GiveMeSports has released a list of the top 10 highest paid soccer managers in the world. Many soccer fans recognize Guardiola at number one. But not anymore. Guardiola has slipped to second place. So who’s number one?
Starting at number 10, we have Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri. His annual salary is €9 million ($12.8 billion). In ninth place is Jorge Jesus Al Hilal, who earns €10 million ($14.2 billion).
Tied for seventh place are Manchester United manager Eric ten Haag and Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp with €10.5 million ($15 billion).
In sixth place was Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino with €11 million ($15.7 billion), in fifth place was Bayern Munich manager Thomas Tuchel with €12 million ($17.1 billion), and in fourth place was Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone with €15 million ($21.4 billion). 토토사이트
In third place is Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard at €17.7 million ($25.3 billion), and in second place is Guardiola, who has been at the top of the list for some time. He earns €23 million ($33 billion).
The highest-paid coach is Roberto Mancini, head coach of the Saudi Arabian national team. He earns a whopping €30 million ($43 billion) a year.
“Many people will think that Guardiola is the highest paid coach. But he’s not. Mancini is the highest-paid soccer coach in the world. He shouldn’t be grateful. He will be under enormous pressure. If he doesn’t meet expectations, he will be sacked.”
Mancini said: “I have signed a contract until 2027. With the growing popularity of soccer in Asia, I believe it is a great opportunity to experience the game in a new country. Saudi professional football is attracting some of the best players in the world. It is showing its potential.”
[Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri, Jorge Jesus Al Hilal, Manchester United coach Eric ten Haas, Mauricio Pochettino, Chelsea coach Thomas Tuchel, ATM coach Diego Simeone, Steven Gerrard, Al Ittifaq, Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola, Saudi Arabia coach Roberto Mancini.