L’Équipe reveals how much top league coaches earn: Simeone leads

Find out how much the coaches of clubs in the main European leagues earn per month.

The French newspaper L’Équipe published an article on Tuesday on the salaries of coaches in the main European football leagues. Atlético de Madrid’s Diego Simeone is the highest paid in the world, earning €3.33m gross monthly, according to the publication.

The second “ranked” is Pep Guardiola, from Manchester City, with 1.89 ME monthly. Liverpool’s Klopp and Tottenham’s Conte earn 1.49 ME.

Back in Spain, Real Madrid coach Ancelotti earns €910,000 gross per month, while Athletic Bilbao’s Marcelino earns half a million euros. Barcelona’s Xavi is not in the top 3.

In Germany, Nageslmann, unsurprisingly, leads, receiving €666,000 from Bayern. Gerardo Seoane of Bayer Leverkusen with 416,000 and Marco Rose of Borussia Dortmund with 375,000 follow.

Traveling to Italy, the first Portuguese appears. At Roma, José Mourinho earns 770 thousand euros per month, less than the salary of 1.17 ME of Allegri, who commands Juventus. Closing the podium appears Simone Inzaghi, of Inter, with 620 thousand.

He has yet to pass through France, where L’Équipe’s analysis is more detailed, with the salaries of all top division team coaches broken down. The best paid is Pochettino, PSG coach, who receives 1.1 million monthly, followed by Christophe Galtier, from Nice, with 350 thousand euros.

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