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The Salaries of the Top Five(5) Highest paid Coaches in 2021 converted to Ghana cedis(GH¢)

Without managers or coaches, teams may not perform as expected of them. Coaches have great job to do in managing the team players and bring the best of the players. Because of they huge task on them, they tend to receive huge sums of money as salary.

Let us look at the top five highest paid coaches in football in 2021.

5. Zinedine Zidane

He is the current Real Madrid Coach and he receives a whopping sum of €16.8 million per year. When it converted to Ghanaian cedis, he receives an amount of GHS 119,546,935.20 every year. This amount is impressive.

4. Jose Mourinho

He is the current coach for Tottenham football team in England. He receives €17.52 million every year. This makes him the fourth highest paid coach in the world in 2021. This money can be converted to the Ghanaian cedis and the amount is GH¢124,658,715.72 every year.

3.Jurgen Klopp

The former champions league winner and the manager of Liverpool is the third most paid coach in the world. He receives an amount of €17.52 million. This is same as the salary of the the fourth person. When converted into the Ghanaian cedi will be GH¢124,658,715.72.

He has managed the football club for several years now competing for all English club titles.

2. Pep Guardiola

The former Barcelona manager and the current Manchester City Coach is the second most paid football coach in the world. He receives an amount of €23.28 million every year. In Ghana cedi, it is GH¢ 200,849,096.08 every year.

1. Diego Simeone

He is the current coach for the Laliga side Atletico Madrid in Spain.

He is the highest paid coach this season and also in 2021. He receives an amount of €43.2 million each year as salary. In Ghana cedi, it is Gh¢ 307,299,247.20 every year.

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