Every coach try their best to bring in their A-game; making sure their teams come out tops at every competition which translates to changing the fortunes of the club. Some say it’s pedigree, others believe is the number of trophies won; while another group are of the opinion that clubs play a huge role in determining how much a football manager earns.
Here we take a look at the five highest-paid managers in the Premier League.
5. Antonio Conte – Chelsea
Having led Italy to the quarter finals of Euro 2016; as well as having led former club Juventus to three consecutive Serie A titles between 2011 and 2014; Conte joined Chelsea with a glowing reputation as a tactically astute young manager, famed for his fiery and fierce approach to the game.
Conte’s wage looks a steal right now, after the Italian maestro disheveledevelled Chelsea side; and transformed the Blues back into champions through his passionate ethos and mid-season formation change.
4. Jurgen Klopp – Liverpool
One of the game’s hottest properties, after leading German side Borussia Dortmund to consecutive Bundesliga titles in 2010/2011 and 2011/2012; as well as a Champions League final in 2012/2013; Liverpool snapped up Klopp in October of 2015.
The German boss has breathed new life into Anfield and he secured Champions League football for the first time after a very long time.
3. Arsene Wenger – Arsenal
Having won three Premier League titles, six FA Cups, and six Community Shield’s during his time in charge of the Gunners; Wenger is one of the most successful managers in Premier League history.
Arsene Wenger’s recent contract extension gave him a reported £2m pay rise and although the Frenchman came under more pressure this season than ever before; Wenger still managed to deliver a third FA Cup in four years, despite missing out on Champions League qualification.