Graham Potter is now the world’s fourth highest-paid manager, earning more than Bayern Munich’s Thomas Tuchel – But can you guess which LaLiga manager tops the list?
Chelsea Online News:
Graham Potter is the world’s fourth highest-paid manager, earning more than his predecessor Thomas Tuchel, who now manages Bayern Munich.
Three Premier League managers took three of the top four slots on a list of the world’s highest-paid managers that L’Equipe released on Thursday.
According to the French newspaper, Potter makes a staggering £993,117 per month (£229,180 per week) with the Blues, while Tuchel gets £878,965 per month (£202,815 per week) coaching at the Allianz Arena.
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The Blues are currently in 10th place and are 11 points behind fourth-place Tottenham, who have played one more game, showing that Potter has had a rough start to life at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea will now play the defending European champions Real Madrid over two legs after Potter was successful in securing their place in the Champions League quarterfinals earlier this month.
When Bayern Munich shockingly fired Julian Nagelsmann last week, Thomas Tuchel who had been out of job since being fired by Chelsea earlier this season, returned to management.
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