Premier League manager salaries: Who earns most from Man Utd, Liverpool, Arsenal and co?

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is said to be the Premier League’s best-paid manager on an annual salary of £20million. The Spaniard joined City in 2016 and signed a contract extension two years ago that runs until 2021.

Guardiola, though, has previously indicated he is open to extending his stay even further.

Speaking last year, the City boss said: “I’m open [to staying], yes. It is not about what the club wants or not. For me, I want to see my players and the reaction of my players and everything.

“It is not as simple as I want to extend. I want to see the club, I want to see the players, I want to see how we are still working together.

“That is the most important thing after five years together. You have to feel like we can do it together and enjoy to work together.”

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There have also been some several high-profile managerial changes this season.

Mauricio Pochettino was sacked by Tottenham and replaced by Jose Mourinho, while Carlo Ancelotti was appointed at Everton.

Mikel Arteta left his role as Guardiola’s assistant to take his first managerial position as Arsenal boss.

Mourinho is said to be the second-highest earning manager in the Premier League with an annual salary of £15m.


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Ancelotti is surprisingly high up the list after being handed a huge deal worth £11.5m per year with the Toffees.

Another surprising entry is Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers, who reportedly earns £10m per year after signing a bumper new contract in December.

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Liverpool head coach Jurgen Klopp are both said to take home a salary of £7.5m.

Last year, Klopp extended his deal with the Reds until 2024.

He said at the time:  “For me personally this is a statement of intent, one which is built on my knowledge of what we as a partnership have achieved so far and what is still there for us to achieve. When I see the development of the club and the collaborative work that continues to take place, I feel my contribution can only grow.”

Premier League highest-paid managers per season

Top 10 according to Give Me Sport.

Pep Guardiola, Manchester City – £20m

Jose Mourinho, Tottenham – £15m

Carlo Ancelotti, Everton – £11.5m

Brendan Rodgers, Leicester – £10m

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Manchester United – £7.5m


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Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool – £7.5m

Ralph Hasenhuttl – Southampton – £6m

Frank Lampard, Chelsea – £5.5m

Mikel Arteta, Arsenal – £5m

Eddie Howe, Bournemouth – £4m

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