English Premier League Manager Salaries

Antonio Conte announced as coach of Chelsea FC - Conte Twitter photoAll the talk these days is about the appointment of Antonio Conte as the new Chelsea FC manager. Conte signed a three year contract, which starts in 2016/17. The Italian player-turned-coach will reportedly receive an annual salary of £6.5m.

Even bigger news, which was announced a month or two ago, is that Pep Guardiola will be taking charge of Manchester City next season. The famous Catalan manager is set to receive a record-breaking salary of £15m per season. Jose Mourinho was the record-holder up to this point with a £13.2m annual salary during his second spell at Chelsea, which ended earlier this season.

So how do the rest of EPL manager salaries compare?

Here is the full list, courtesy of Sportsmail (see link below):

Manchester City, Pep Guardiola - £15m

Arsenal, Arsene Wenger - £8.3m

Manchester United, Louis van Gaal - £7.3m

Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp - £7m

Chelsea, Antonio Conte - £6.5m

Newcastle United, Rafa Benitez - £4m

Tottenham Hotspur, Mauricio Pochettino - £3.5m

Everton, Roberto Martinez - £3m

Sunderland, Sam Allardyce - £3m

West Ham, Slaven Bilic - £3m

Southampton, Ronald Koeman - £2m

West Bromwich Albion, Tony Pulis - £2m

Aston Villa, Remi Garde - £2m

Crystal Palace, Alan Pardew - £1.5m

Leicester City, Claudio Ranieri - £1.5m

Stoke City, Mark Hughes - £1m

Swansea City, Francesco Guidolin - £1m

Watford, Quique Sanchez Flores - £1m

Bournemouth, Eddie Howe - £750,000

Norwich City, Alex Neil - £750,000


It will be interesting to see if the owners of Leicester City award Claudio Ranieri with a new lucrative contract following a heroic season. After narrowly avoiding relegation last year, the Foxes are at the top of the table, seven points clear with six games to go.


Source: Sportsmail