Serie A coaches’ wages

Inter tactician Antonio Conte’s €12m is by far the highest salary among the Serie A coaches, ranging all the way to Spezia’s Vincenzo Italiano on €500,000.

The Nerazzurri coach has been asked to bring back the Scudetto to San Siro and La Gazzetta dello Sport, who analysed the wage bills of all the Italian top flight clubs, has revealed he makes €9.5m more than Roma coach Paulo Fonseca at second.

The salaries range from unreachable Conte to Italiano, with Gian Piero Gasperini at third.

Juventus parted ways with Maurizio Sarri and appointed Andrea Pirlo ahead of the 2020-21 season, as the former Italy international starts at seventh in the League.

But Pirlo is still ahead of Gennaro Gattuso, who shares ninth with Cagliari coach Eusebio Di Francesco and new Torino tactician Marco Giampaolo.

The salaries of Serie A coaches:

Antonio Conte (Inter) €12m

Paulo Fonseca (Roma) €2.5m

Gian Piero Gasperini (Atalanta) €2.2m

Simone Inzaghi (Lazio) €2m

Stefano Pioli (Milan) €2m

Sinisa Mihajlovic (Bologna) €2m

Andrea Pirlo (Juventus) €1.8m

Claudio Ranieri (Sampdoria) €1.8m

Gennaro Gattuso (Napoli) €1.5m

Eusebio Di Francesco (Cagliari) €1.5m

Marco Giampaolo (Torino) €1.5m

Roberto De Zerbi (Sassuolo) €1.1m

Filippo Inzaghi (Benevento) €1m

Ivan Juric (Hellas Verona) €1m

Giuseppe Iachini (Fiorentina) €0.9m

Rolando Maran (Genoa) €0.85m

Luca Gotti (Udinese) €0.6m

Giovanni Stroppa (Crotone) €0.6m

Fabio Liverani (Parma) €0.5m

Vincenzo Italiano (Spezia) €0.5m


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