Revealed: Premier League managers’ salaries (Check what Guardiola, Klopp, Tuchel, Conte, others earn)

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is the Premier League’s highest earning manager with the a whopping £19m per annum.

According to The Sun, the Spaniard is followed by Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp with £16m just the same way their clubs are currently rated in the on-going Premier League table.

Arsenal look set to offer Mikel Arteta a lucrative £8.3million a year deal to keep him at the club.

But it would only make him the FIFTH highest earning Premier League manager.

SunSport exclusively revealed on Tuesday that Arsenal are preparing to hand Arteta the same salary Arsene Wenger was on during his final year at the Emirates.

However, an annual wage of £8.3m is still less than HALF of Pep Guardiola’s pay packet.

Take a look at every manager’s salary below.

Premier League manager salaries, as reported by The Sun:

  1. Pep Guardiola – £19m
  2. Jurgen Klopp – £16m
  3. Antonio Conte – £15m
  4. Brendan Rodgers – £10m
  5. Mikel Arteta – £8.3m
  6. Ralf Rangnick – £8m
  7. Mercelo Bielsa – £8m
  8. Thomas Tuchel – £7m
  9. Ralph Hasenhuttl – £6m
  10. Frank Lampard – £5m
  11. David Moyes – £5m
  12. Steven Gerrard – £5m
  13. Roy Hodgson – £4.5m
  14. Patrick Vieira – £4m
  15. Sean Dyche – £3.5m
  16. Eddie Howe – £3m
  17. Bruno Lage – £2.5m
  18. Graham Potter – £2m
  19. Dean Smith – £1.5m
  20. Thomas Frank – £1.5m