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The highest paid managers in the Premier League

The highest paid managers in the Premier League

Antonio Conte has become the second highest paid manager in the Premier League, but still can not reach Josep Guardiola. The 52-year-old Italian signed an 18-month contract with Tottenham and replaced the fired Nuno Espirito Santo.

He signed a contract believed to cost a staggering £ 15m a year. That's about £ 290,000 a week for the new Spurs manager.

And that puts him on a pay level like Jurgen Klopp in Liverpool after the renewal of the German's contract in December 2019.

However, Manchester City manager Josep Guardiola is at the top of the best coaches in England with a staggering 20 million pounds a year or 385 thousand pounds a week.

Brendan Rodgers may have missed the opportunity to rank in the top 4 with Leicester in the last two seasons, but his salary is 10 million pounds a year and ranks him fourth on the list.

Marcelo Bielsa's new contract worth 8 million pounds a year puts him in fifth place, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is sixth with a salary of 7.5 million pounds.

They are followed by Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel and Everton manager Rafael Benitez with 7 million pounds.

Conte has been out of work since the summer when he quit Inter after winning the Serie A title.

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