According to an updated list of the salaries of football managers in the Premier League, Manchester City’s Pep Guardiola is the highest paid manager with a salary of £19m per annum.
Liverpool’s Jurgen Klopp is second as he earns £16m per annum, while Spurs’ Antonio Conte completes the top-three as he collects £15m yearly.
Red Devils boss Ralf Rangnick, who signed an interim contract at Manchester United until the end of the 2021/22 season, is 6th on the list with an annual salary of £8 million.
Salaries of Premier League managers (per year):
- Pep Guardiola (Manchester City) — £19 million
- Jurgen Klopp (Liverpool) — £16 million
- Antonio Conte (Tottenham) — £15 million
- Brendan Rodgers (Leicester City) — £10 million
- Mikel Arteta (Arsenal) — £8.3 million
- Ralf Rangnick (Manchester United) — £8 million
- Marcelo Bielsa (Leeds) — £8 million
- Thomas Tuchel (Chelsea) — £7 million
- Ralf Hasenhuttl (Southampton) — £6 million
- Frank Lampard (Everton) — £5 million
- David Moyes (West Ham) — £5 million
- Steven Gerrard (Aston Villa) — £5 million
- Roy Hodgson (Watford) — £4.5 million
- Patrick Vieira (Crystal Palace) — £4million
- Sean Dyche (Burnley) — £3.5 million
- Eddie Howe (Newcastle) — £3 million
- Bruno Lage (Wolves) — £2.5 million
- Graham Potter (Brighton) — £2 million
- Dean Smith (Norwich City) — £1.5 million
- Thomas Frank (Brentford) — £1.5 million