The English top-flight league is stacked with world-class managers. However, world-class managers mean world-class pay.

Manchester City’s Pep Guardiola is the highest-paid manager in the Premier League following the contract extension he signed in 2018. He has won a lot of trophies for Manchester City since his appointment as their coach in 2016. However, he’s still waiting for a European trophy with his side after his side lost the Champions League final against Chelsea in 2021. He currently earns £20 million per year while raking in around £384,000 per week.

Liverpool’s Jurgen Klopp is the second-highest-paid manager in the English League and ties with Tottenham Hotspur’s new manager, Antonio Conte. Klopp took the club from boys to men and won the Premier League and Champions League titles with the Reds. Klopp signed an extension deal with Liverpool till 2024 where he earns £15 million per year which is around £288,000 per week.

Tottenham’s new boss, Antonio Conte ties with Klopp following his new appointment as the head coach for Spurs. He’s known to be a serial winner, and this move marks his return to English football. He won the Premier League in his first season with Chelsea. He recently signed an 18 months contract where he is to earn £15 million per year which is around £288,000 per week.

The top 8 highest paid managers in the English League are:


1. Pep Guardiola
Club: Manchester City
Base Salary: £20million


2. Jurgen Klopp
Club: Liverpool
Base Salary: £15million


3. Antonio Conte
Club: Tottenham Hotspur
Base Salary: £15million


4. Brendan Rodgers
Club: Leicester City
Base Salary: £10million


5. Marcelo Bielsa
Club: Leeds United
Base Salary: £8million


6. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Club: Manchester United
Base Salary: £7.5million


7. Rafa Benitez
Club: Everton
Base Salary: £7million


8. Thomas Tuchel
Club: Chelsea
Base Salary: £7million