Euro 2020 Managers Salaries: List of Highest Paid Managers in Europe

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Football is a lucrative sport, and the players and managers associated with the sport make a lot of money. Being a football manager is a tough job as managers have the sole responsibility of getting the best out of the team and guiding them to glory. Considering the pressure and the high intensity of their work in the tournament, Euro 2020 managers salaries are quite good.

While club managers are paid handsomely., their international counterparts receive relatively low income considering fewer matches and low sponsorship. Their salaries also depend on the financial situation of the country and their respective football associations. Rich, successful countries offer more salaries to their managers.

2021 has started with a bang as the footballing world welcomes international football in Euro 2020 and Copa America. Euro 2020 commenced on 11 June and has now reached the knockout stages. The tournament features some of the greatest and successful football managers. But who is the highest paid manager in Euro 2020? Let’s find out.

UEFA Euro 2020 Managers Salaries

ManagersBase SalaryTeamContract
Joachim Low£4.75 millionGermany2021
Didier Deschamps£4 millionFrance2021
Roberto Mancini£3.5 millionItaly2022
Gareth Southgate£3.25 millionEngland2022
Fernando Santos£2.75 millionPortugal2024
Luis Enrique£2.5 millionSpain2022
Stanislav Cherchesov£2.5 millionRussia2022
Frank de Boer£2 millionNetherlands2022
Roberto Martínez£2 millionBelgium2022
Vladimir Petković£1.5 millionSwitzerland2022
Andriy Shevchenko£1.2 millionUkraine2022
Kasper Hjulmand£1 millionDenmark2024
Şenol Güneş£1 millionTurkey2022
Paulo Sousa£650,000Poland2022
Rob Page£650,000Wales2021
Zlatko Dalic£600,000Croatia2022
Janne Andersson£575,000Sweden2024
Steve Clarke£500,000Scotland2022
Franco Foda£500,000Austria2021
Jaroslav Šilhavý£475,000Czech Republic2022
Igor Angelovski£375,000North Macedonia2022
Štefan Tarkovič£350,000Slovakia2021
Marco Rossi£350,000Hungary2025
Markku Kanerva£350,000Finland2022

Euro 2020: Who is the highest paid manager?

Joachim Low is the is the highest paid manager in Euro 2020

Germany manager Joachim Low is the highest paid international manager in the world. The 2014 FIFA World Cup-winning manager is paid £4.75 Million by Germany. Euro 2020 will be Low’s last role as a manager as his contract expires in 2021 and he is set to be replaced by Hansi Flick.

French manager Didier Deschamps follows Low at second place. The 2018 World Cup-winning manager Deschamps earns £4 million annually. Didier Deschamps has a contract till 2022.

Finland Manager Markku Kanerva is the lowest-earning manager in Euro 2020. Kanerva is paid 3,50,000 annually and has a contract till 2022.

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