Premier League top-flight managers are earning ever-increasing sums of money.
Nine of the division’s 20 bosses pocket base annual salaries of £5million or more and pay packets usually rise when new contracts are handed out.
Sportekz have published details of the wages being earned by the Premier League managers.
See them ranked in terms of their earnings.
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All 2020 Premier League Managers Salaries
20) Chris Wilder, Sheffield United
Wilder earns a reported £14,000 per week with a base salary of £675,000 per year.
19) Slaven Bilic, West Bromwich Albion
Slaven Bilic is the only other Premier League manager who is said to have an annual wage of less than £1million, earning a reported £17,700 per week.
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18) Ralph Hasenhuttl, Southampton
Hassenhutl is one of the lowest-paid bosses in England’s top tier.
The 52-year-old earns £21,000 per week and an annual income of £1million.
17) Graham Potter, Brighton
Potter impressed at Swansea City before being appointed by Brighton in 2019 and is reported to be on the same wage as Hassenhutl, with an annual earning of £1million.
16) Dean Smith, Aston Villa
There is a significant hike in income to the next man on the list, with Aston Villa boss Dean Smith earning a reported £31,250 per week – translating to £1.5million per year.
15) Sean Dyche, Burnley
Sportekz claim Dyche’s salary is £2.4million per annum, but the Lancashire Telegraph have previously reported it could be as high as £3.5million.
14) Steve Bruce, Newcastle
One of the league’s most experienced managers, Steve Bruce is said to be on a weekly wage of £57,000, which translates into an annual salary of £2.75million.
13) David Moyes, West Ham
On slightly more than Bruce, West Ham boss David Moyes has an annual wage of £3million.
12) Scott Parker, Fulham
The former combative midfielder is said to earn a wage of £73,000 per week, which is £3.5million per year – surprisingly high for someone at the start of his managerial career.
11) Nuno Espirito Santo, Wolves
The Portuguese boss is said to now be on an annual wage of £4million, with weekly earnings of £85,000.
10) Roy Hodgson, Crystal Palace
Now 72, Roy Hodgson is the league’s oldest manager and is currently in his 44th year as a manager, his career having begun at Swedish club Halmstads in 1976. He is said to earn £4.5million per season.
9) Brendan Rodgers, Leicester
Reports indicate Brendan Rodgers earns £105,000 per week and has an annual salary of £5million.
8) Mikel Arteta, Arsenal
Goal say the Spaniard’s salary is the same as Leicester boss Rodgers – an annual sum of £5million.
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7) Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Manchester United
The Norwegian was appointed permanently to the English club in March 2019 following a successful stint as a caretaker. He earns a reported £160,000 per week, which works out as £7.8million per annum.
6) Marcelo Bielsa, Leeds
Marcelo Bielsa is on a reported £166,660 per week – £8million per year, a figure which is higher than his Arsenal and Manchester United counterparts.
5) Frank Lampard, Chelsea
Frank Lampard is the fifth highest-paid manager in the Premier League, earning marginally more than Bielsa at £166,850 per week.
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4) Carlo Ancelotti, Everton
Sportekz claim Carlo Ancelotti’s salary is £11million per annum, but The Sun have reported Ancelotti's deal is worth £14million over the course of a season.
3) Jose Mourinho, Tottenham
The Daily Mail claim Mourinho is on a £15million-a-year contract at Spurs, making him the third highest-paid manager in the Premier League, with a whopping weekly wage of a £313,000.
2) Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool
The Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is very well paid and pockets marginally more than Mourinho at Spurs. Sportekz claim his weekly wage is £313,500, which is around £15million per season.
1) Pep Guardiola, Manchester City
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola last signed a contract extension in 2018, with the Daily Mirror reporting his annual salary is a whopping £30million.
Guardiola’s weekly wage is £417,500.
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