Find out about the latest surprises in the salaries of coaches in the English Premier League (full list)

The British newspaper “The Sun” revealed today the complete and up-to-date list of coaches’ salaries for the current season of the English Premier League, and stated that they are confirmed numbers from its own sources, noting that Arsenal had reached the final details of a new contract for its young Spanish coach, Atreta, according to which he will raise his current salary. to 8.3 million pounds annually.

The “The Sun” list indicates that the Spanish coach of Man City, Pep Guardiola, with an annual salary equivalent to 19 million pounds (about 23 million euros), while one of the most prominent coaches in the world and in England, Liverpool coach, German Jurgen Klopp, gets 16 million pounds ( about 19.5 million euros).

And third on the list, the new old coach, who was contracted by Tottenham in the middle of the season, Italian Antonio Conte for 15 million pounds annually, while Leicester City coach Branden Rodgers gets 10 million, and Man United coach Ralf Rangnick gets 8 million.

The big surprise is the average salary that the German coach, who won the Champions League last season, Thomas Tuchel with Chelsea, gets annually only 7 million pounds (about 8.5 million euros), a difference of 12 million pounds from Guardiola, and 9 million from Klopp. .

Full coaches salary list:

1- Pep Guardiola (Man City): 19 million pounds.

2- Jurgen Klopp (Liverpool): 16 million.

3- Antonio Conte (Tottenham): 15 m.

4- Branden Rodgers (Leicester): 10m.

5- Michael Arteta (Arsenal): 8.3 metres.

6- Ralf Rangnick (Man United): 8m.

7- Marcelo Bielsa (Leeds): 8 m.

8- Thomas Tuchel (Chelsea): 7 pm.

9- Ralph Hasenhuttle (Southampton): 7 pm.

10. Frank Lampard (Everton): 5m.

11- David Moyes (West Ham): 5 m.

12- Stephen Gerrard (Aston Villa): 5 m.

13- Roy Hodgson (Watfor): 4.5 m.

14- Patrick Vieira (Crystal Palace) 4m.

15- Chouf Dichy (Burnley): 3 pm.

16- Eddie Hoy (Newcastle): 3pm.

17- Bruno Lagg (Wolverhampton): 2.5 metres.

18- Graham Potter (Brighton): 2 m.

19- Dean Smith (Norwich): 1.5 m

20- Thomas Frank (Brantford): 1.5 m.

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