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It'll be interesting to see how the former Tottenham boss does in Paris, with stars such as Neymar and Kylian Mbappe possibly not as willing to submit to his high intensity philosophy as his Spurs or Southampton players.
However, whatever happens on the pitch, Pochettino will be taking home a pretty impressive salary. Bein Sports reporter Tancredi Palmeri revealed that the 48-year-old will be earning a whopping €7 million-a-year in France.
Expectations will be high at PSG, with domestic dominance a must, and an expectation to seriously challenge for the Champions League. However, despite the pressure, Pochettino won't be picking up enough cash from the job to make it into the top ten highest paid coaches in world football - which Palmeri also revealed.
See who does make it in below...
10. Hansi Flick, Bayern Munich, €8 million
Flick won the Champions League last season, the trophy that the Bavarians have been desperate to win for the past few campaigns.
9. Carlo Ancelotti, Everton, €8 million
It's been a year! A "fantástico and magnífico" year together with the amazing Everton Family.- Carlo Ancelotti (@MrAncelotti) December 21, 2020
The pandemic has made it difficult, but we're excited about the future. Thank you all for your support. Merry Christmas and Stay Safe. pic.twitter.com/rAFGAE2eKV
It wasn't just an ambitious project that tempted Ancelotti to Goodison Park, but the Italian is making good on the invesment by turning the Toffees' fortunes around.
8. Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool, €10.5 million
Jurgen Klopp has pipped Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa, Wycombe manager Gareth Ainsworth and last season's winner Chris Wilder to the LMA Manager of the Year award after guiding Liverpool to their first league title in 30 years.- Sky Sports (@SkySports) July 27, 2020
Just across Stanley Park, Klopp isn't doing too badly himself while putting Liverpool back at the pinnacle of English football.
7. Antonio Conte, Inter Milan, €11 million
Conte has revived Inter's fortunes and got them challenging for the Serie A title once again.
6. Zinedine Zidane, Real Madrid, €12 million
Zidane hasn't impressed as much in his second spell as manager at the Bernabeu, but it would be pretty much impossible to match three consecutive Champions Leagues.
5. Fabio Cannavaro, Guangzhou Evergrande, €12 million
You can see why the World Cup winner is happy enough to not test himself in Europe when he's taking this home each year.
4. Rafael Benitez, Dalian Professional, €13.5 million
While players may not be making as many big money moves to China now, managers are certainly still raking it in.
3. Diego Simeone, Atletico Madrid, €15 million
Diego Simeone wins in his 500th game as Atletico Madrid manager.- B/R Football (@brfootball) December 30, 2020
His record over nine years speaks for itself pic.twitter.com/n3ISg2iPZv
Simeone has consistently had Atleti punching above their weight, and is probably worth every penny of this to the club.
2. Jose Mourinho, Tottenham, €17.5 million
Jose Mourinho has won all five of his meetings with Marcelo Bielsa by an aggregate score of 18-2 :flushed: pic.twitter.com/jEAfgR6QhN- ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) January 2, 2021
Mourinho hasn't hit his stride in north London, but the Portuguese is still bringing in the big bucks.
1. Pep Guardiola, Manchester City, €23 million
Pep has beaten his old rival once again here, although pressure will continue to build on him to win a Champions League with this paycheck.
Pochettino salary at PSG will be 7m€ per year, which puts him slightly out of top 10.- Tancredi Palmeri (@tancredipalmeri) January 2, 2021
PSG saving money
Top 10 best paid managers
1. Guardiola 23 m€
2. Mourinho 17.5
3. Simeone 15
4. Benitez 13.5
5. Cannavaro 12
6. Zidane 12
7. Conte 11
8. Klopp 10.5
9. Ancelotti 8
10. Flick 8
Are these managers worth what they're paid?
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