Jakarta – Inter Milan coach, Antonio Conte, became the highest-paid coach in the history of Serie A. That made him hold the record as the coach with the highest salary throughout the implementation of Serie A.
Conte agreed to train Inter Milan from the 2019-20 season. He replaces Luciano Spalletti.
Inter Milan sacrificed a lot to tie Conte, including from the financial side. Conte gets paid up to 11 million euros per season.
That amount exceeds the payment of Massimiliano Allegri who received around 7.5 million euros per season while still managing Juventus. Great salary makes Antonio Conte have a big challenge and burden too.
He was assigned to deliver Inter Milan won the Scudetto title. The Nerazzurri must break Juventus' dominance after spending a large investment.
If Antonio Conte becomes the highest-paid coach, Igor Tudor who handles Udinese becomes the lowest-paid coach in Serie A, which is 500,000 euros per year.
Payroll per Season Coach in Serie A
Antonio Conte (Inter Milan) – € 11 million
Maurizio Sarri (Juventus) – € 5.5 million
Carlo Ancelotti (Napoli) – € 5 million
Sinisa Mihajlovic (Bologna) – € 3 million
Paulo Fonseca (AS Roma) – € 3 million
Gian Piero Gasperini (Atalanta) – € 2.5 million
Simone Inzaghi (Lazio) – € 2 million
Marco Giampaolo (AC Milan) – € 2 million
Walter Mazzarri (Torino) – € 1.8 million
Eusebio Di Francesco (Sampdoria) – € 1.8 million
Vincenzo Montella (Fiorentina) – € 1.5 million
Roberto De Zerbi (Sassuolo) – € 1 million
Rolando Maran (Cagliari) – € 1 million
Fabio Liverani (Lecce) – € 900,000
Roberto D'Aversa (Parma) – € 750,000
Eugenio Corini (Brescia) – € 600,000
Ivan Juric (Verona) – € 600,000
Igor Tudor (Udinese) – € 500,000
Inter Milan coach Antonio Conte's posts in the Italian League Serie A were shown early on the MIX Soccer News. .

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