How Klopp Earned £6.7m Per Year From Deals Revealed

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has reportedly raked in a staggering £6.7m last year from advertising deals.

That huge amount doesn’t include the £16m salary he gets each year from the Premier League champions.

The mammoth amounts were revealed on Tuesday in a new financial analysis by a French football magazine.

From car-manufacturers to sporting clothes retailers, football apps to financial consultants, Sky TV to breweries, the 53-year-old is inundated with offers.

This summer he has signed a lucrative deal to promote Snickers for the European Championships.

Klopp's current clients include: VR-Bank, Deutsche Vermögensberatung – asset consulting firm, Opel, Sky TV and Erdinger Weißbräu who make Erdinger – a southern German cloudy wheat beer.

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In the past he also promoted Puma, New Balance, Game Football Empire and Adidas.

This article was most recently revised and updated 2 years ago

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