5 Highest Paid Coaches In Premier League 2022

English premier league is one of the most popular sports competitions in the entire world. The league provides dramatic and nail-biting matches week in and week out. The league boasts one of the best players and clubs in the world. The premier league witnesses one of the best title races in all of Europe’s top 5 leagues every season; the last title was decided on the last match day of the season after Manchester City clinched the title from Liverpool, winning their last match against Aston Villa after achieving a late, dramatic comeback in the match.

Who Are The Highest-Paid Coaches In The Premier League?

The Highest-Paid Coaches In The Premier Leagu

With big clubs come big-name managers, and the premier league is star-studded regarding having one of the best managers in the game. From Per Guardiola to Antonio Conte, the English league’s managers catalog is monumental. These big-name managers earn the big bucks in the biggest clubs in England. Look at the top 5 highest paid coaches in the Premier League for 2022-2023.

1. Pep Guardiola 

The Spanish manager is one of the most decorated football coaches in football history, having won 31 trophies in his managerial career so far. He’s the manager of Manchester City, which has won the premier league four times in the last five years.

According to some British sources, Guardiola earns approximately 19 million euros annually.

Pep Guardiola 
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Pep started his career at Barcelona and rose through the ranks from being the B team’s coach to the manager of the first team and making that team of the best club teams to grace the footballing pitch. He reinvented the style of play that Johan Cryuff pioneered and changed the way this game is played forever.

After winning everything possible at Barcelona, he went on to prove his worth in Bundesliga and the Premier League, and he has been successful in both of these nations. He has a great ability to turn players into one of the best in the world. 

2. Jurgen Klopp

The current manager of Liverpool is one of the best managers in the club’s history. He is known for finding specific players. Usually, youngsters, molding them according to his squad’s needs and turning them into world-class players.

Reportedly he gets paid 16 million euros a year at Liverpool.

Jurgen Klopp
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He gained his initial success at Borussia Dortmund when he took a considerably smaller club to the Champions League final, where he, unfortunately, lost to Bayern Munich. His Liverpool is the direct rival of Manchester City in the English title race.

3. Antonio Conte

Tottenham Hotspur signed Conte as their manager mid-way through the last season, and he has done wonders in his short time there as he took the team to a champions league place finish after a tough battle with the likes of Arsenal and Manchester United.

The former Inter Milan manager earns about 15 million euros per season.

After having a great transfer window this summer, his spurs side has started this season on one strong foot, winning 4 out of their first six matches in the Premier League and still being unbeaten. Antonio Conte is probably the best chance Tottenham has at winning a trophy and ending their title drought. The north London club has started their champions league campaign with a win, and they look strong going forward in every competition they play in. 

4. Brendon Rogers 

The Leicester city manager is the 4th highest paid manager in the Premier League. He won the FA cup last season, and Leicester officially won every domestic title in their history.

His net earn per season is somewhere around 10 million euros.

Brendon Rogers 
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Leicester has been competitive under his tenure, always fighting around the top 6 spots in the premier league. Players like Tielemans and James Madison have risen from the shadows under his managerial reign at Leicester. The former Liverpool manager took over Leicester and has established it as a successful top 6 team. 

5. Mikel Arteta 

The Spanish manager was once a deputy to Pep Guardiola at Manchester City and followed the same ideology as the former Barcelona manager. He has been trusted by the Arsenal Board for a few seasons and has turned a squad of absolute youngsters into a team capable of competing for the Premier League title.

Arteta earns around 8.5 million euros every season in the premier league.

He has fought his way through a lot of criticism and has finally delivered what he always promised he would one day. Arsenal is currently the premier league leader after having a sensational start to the 2022-2023 season.

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