The Premier League has got the most highest-paid managers compared to any other in the European League. Perhaps it’s because it is the most followed league globally with many punters placing Betway88 football bets being attracted by teams from the league. Among the most esteemed coaches in sports, we have Jurgen Klopp, Carlo Ancelotti, Marcelo Bielsa, Pep Guardiola, and Jose Mourinho. There are also young coaches that have impacted positively in their teams. They include Mikel Arteta, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, and Frank Lampard. All in all, here is a list of the ten highest-paid managers in the Premier League:
10. Mikel Arteta
Mikel Arteta is the manager of the Arsenal team. He won the FA Cup in his early days with Arsenal. Since his appointment, he has helped change the Gunners’ mood and performance, making them more competitive. Their performances have made them favourites for punters on Betway88 as they seem to be back to winning ways. Reports from the Emirates Stadium suggest that Arteta pockets 5 million GBP annually in his current contract.
9. Frank Lampard
Frank Lampard is Chelsea’s manager. In the last season, Chelsea came fourth in the premier league. It was a great accomplishment for him, together with his coaching staff. He has come up with a fantastic team for this season, and it will be exciting to see how Chelsea performs. Frank Lampard is understood to be taking home 5.5 million GBP every year.
8. Ralph Hasenhuttl
Ralph Hasenhuttl is Southampton’s manager. Even after being shamed by Leicester city to a 9-0 defeat, Southampton still held Ralph as their manager. Ralph worked hard and led Southampton to finish 11th in the premier league last season. In June, he signed a new four-year contract with Southampton. Ralph Hasenhuttl pockets 6 million GBP every year.
7. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Ole Gunnar is the Manchester United Manager. He has had a good run in 2020, with his team finishing on a high last season. However, even though punters on Betway88 were pitting them to close the gap between them and their Noisy Neighbors and Liverpool, their poor start to the new season suggests otherwise. All in all, the majority of the Man United fans are happy with him being the manager. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer earns 7.5 million GBP annually.
6. Marcelo Bielsa
Marcelo Bielsa manages the Leeds United team. The Leeds United fans were happy when he recently signed a new one-year contract at Elland Road. The newly-promoted team is trying to stake its claim in the Premier League this season. He comes in the sixth position with 8 million GBP per year.
5. Brendan Rodgers
Brendan Rodgers is at the helm at Leicester City. Since joining Leicester in February 2019, he has been performing exemplarily, building a team capable of competing in the top-four. No wonder he earns 10 million GBP per year.
4. Carlo Ancelotti
Carlo Ancelotti was appointed Everton’s manager in what was a statement of intent by The Toffees. Ancelotti, who is from Italy, has managed to entice Allan and James Rodriguez to Goodison Park. Fans are hopeful that it is going to be a good season for Everton. They have begun the new season brilliantly with the new marquee signing adopting quickly. Carlo Ancelotti pockets 11.5 million GBP every year.
Jurgen Klopp is the manager that brought the EPL trophy to the Anfield, ending 30 years of waiting. He has played a significant role in Liverpool in the last five years. He is arguably one of the best managers in the world of football. He earns 15 million GBP every year.
2. Jose Mourinho
Jose Mourinho is Tottenham’s manager. He is so far one of the greatest coaches in his generation, and Tottenham hopes for the best with his leadership. Punters on Betway88 are hoping that the Mourinho of old will manifest to make Tottenham a force to reckon with in the EPL. The return of Bale is the highlight of their new season. He earns 15 million GBP per year.
1. Pep Guardiola
Pep Guardiola manages Manchester City. He is the highest-paid so far. He has won the FA Cup, three league cups, and two premier league titles with Manchester City. He is also celebrated for transforming Manchester City’s style of play. He earns 20 million GBP per year.