Antonio Conte Highest Paid Manager – Current Internazionale manager Antonio Conte has become Serie A’s highest-paid manager ever since taking the helm of the Milan based club. The 50-year-old Italian was sacked by Chelsea in July 2018 after leading the club to the Premier League title in 2016/17 season. The 2016/17 season was his first season in charge of the Blues and later he guided the Blues to the FA Cup trophy the season after and proved to be his final match in charge.
Antonio Conte Highest Paid Manager
After a break of one year, Conte eventually returned to his native place Italy to take the reins at Inter after they dismissed Luciano Spalletti of his duties at the end of last season. As per the information collected by the Italian newspaper house La Gazzetta Dello Sport, it has been revealed that Conte has become the highest-paid manager in the history of Serie A (the highest division of Italian football) with earnings of 11 million euros annually.
Antonio Conte Highest Paid Manager – Just for the sake of comparison, this figure is more than double the salary of current Juventus boss Maurizio Sarri with 5.5 million euros per year. Third in the list of highest-paid managers is SSC Napoli manager Carlo Ancelotti with an annual salary of 5 million euros, while Sinisa Mihajlovic and Paulo Fonseca, of Bologna and Roma, earn €3 million each. On the contrary side Igor Tudor, the manager of club Udinese only takes home 500,000 euros per year plus bonus making him the cheapest manager in the Italian top flight.
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Antonio Conte Highest Paid Manager – Inter will be hoping that this steep wage will bear fruit, as they look to challenge the Serie A title and domestic competitions, as well as compete in the Champions League with signings such as Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku.
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Inter have 2 out of 2 wins in this season so far after which Conte appears to be handling the position well, as victories over Lecce and Cagliari have catapulted the Nerazzurri to the top of Serie A, albeit with the new season only in its infancy.