Do you know Premier League manager salaries in 2023?
Premier League is one of the best leagues if not the best league in the world, but coupled with the fact that Premier League is the toughest league in the world and should, of course, have the highest-paid manager in the world, but it does not, rather Spanish La Liga has the highest paid manager in the world, Diego Simeone.
Well, notwithstanding that a Premier League manager is not the highest paid, most of them are earning good eye-watering figures of pounds.
However, Premier League managers like Pep Guardiola, Mikel Arteta, Erik Ten Hag, and Jurgen Klopp are earning good figures while some are not considered to be making not much.
Moreover, I will be walking you through this article, Premier League manager salaries 2023.
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Premier League Manager Salaries 2023
1. Pep Guardiola – £20 million (Manchester City)
From the existence of Manchester City, there has not been any coach in the club’s history greater than Pep Guardiola.
Pep is just behind Jurgen Klopp as the current longest-serving Premier League manager. The Spanish manager is currently earning £20 million annually at The blue side of Manchester.
Moreover, Pep Guardiola deserves the earnings he is receiving at Manchester City, especially after winning The Treble in the last season.
Since he arrived at the club, Pep Guardiola has won the tournaments he has competed in.
2. Jurgen Klopp – £15 million (Liverpool)
Liverpool boss, Jurgen Klopp is currently the longest-serving Premier League coach having been appointed in 2015 at Anfield.
Jurgen Klopp earns +£15 million annually at Liverpool. Well, he is a German tactician and has proven this by restoring the pride at Anfield after winning the UEFA Champions League, Premier League, UEFA Super Cup, FA Cup, and League Cup.
He is currently the fans’ favorite but might be leaving the legendary club soon.
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3. Erik Ten Hag – £10 million (Manchester United)
A total of 8 managers have stood out since the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford, and Erik Ten Hag is one.
The Dutch top manager is currently earning £10 million annually at the club and it seems like he will be earning these figures for a while now cause he has shown signs of driving Manchester United to the Red Devils they used to be.
Erik Ten Hag had a successful season with Manchester United, finishing the league with +70 points, a Champions League spot, and the League Cup.
There are also bonuses on the Dutchman contract which he will get after successfully delivering more for The Red Devils.
4. Mikel Arteta – £9.5 million (Arsenal)
Mikel Arteta, Arsenal boss is considered to be one of the highest paid in the Premier League having earned around £9.5 million yearly.
Till the 2024/25 season, Mikel Arteta will continue to earn big figures as he is already considered okay for The Gunners’ job.
Arteta extended his contract last season which also increased his salary earnings to £9.5 million annually, and this has evolved into a debate between Arsenal fans.
Mikel Arteta might be young but his tactics are off this world and are that of an experienced older manager.
In the previous season, he went head-to-head with City for the Premier League title but lost it a few games to conclude the Premier League.
5. Unai Emery – £5 million (Aston Villa)
Unai Emery is earning £5 million as his annual salary, and of course, it is worth it. Being a four-time UEFA Europa League winner is not quite an easy task.
Having won the 2021 UEFA Europa League campaign with Villarreal, he impressed his current Premier League side and got appointed.
Since he was appointed, Unai Emery boys have been doing excellent and he helped them to the UEFA Europa Conference League.
6. Sean Dyche – £5 million (Everton)
Sean Dyche left Burnley in April 2022 after his short sabbatical, and football fans started to miss him.
Surprisingly, Sean Dyche secured an appointment with Everton to be their new head manager. Well, Everton appointed Sean Dyche with the hopes to get them off the relegation zone following a woeful season with Chelsea legend Frank Lampard.
With his tactics, he helped Everton from the relegation zone and restored their place in the Premier League.
7. David Moyes – £4 million (West Ham)
David Moyes is currently the Hammers’ head manager and the former Manchester United coach probably is not quite shocked that he is earning big figures in the Premier League.
Well, the way he does his job speaks for him. After a few years of battles with the club, David Moyes finally won West Ham a European trophy, UEFA Europa Conference League.
David Moyes is earning around £4 million with West Ham having helped The Hammers in critical moments quite several times.
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8. Eddie Howe – £4 million (Newcastle)
Before the end of the 2022/23 season, Eddie Howe increased his salary earnings as a Newcastle United boss from £4 million to £5 million after finishing in the top 4 although the later added £1 million is a bonus of a work well done.
The English man took over the role of the Toon head manager and since then, he has been awesome.
Unfortunately, Eddie Howe might be leaving Newcastle United at the end of 2024 which is just the upcoming 2023/24 season.
9. Marco Silva – £4 million (Fulham)
Fulham head coach Marco Silva won the Championship to secure a Premier League qualification for his team, and since doing that, he has been regarded to be on the same page with Fulham owner Shahid Khan.
Since he was appointed in 2021 at Craven Cottage, the former right-back earns a £4 million salary annually and a bonus of £500,000. He helped Fulham reach an important stage in the FA Cup.
In the upcoming season, Marco Silva has prepared his squad and will be trying something unusual for his side next season.
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The Premier League might be the ultimate challenge and Pep Guardiola might be the highest-paid manager in the Premier League, but the highest-paid manager in the world does not manage a Premier League side, but a Spanish La Liga side.
Well, quite a lot of Premier League managers have been making good figures of cash in the league, and this is usually based on their performances.
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