Just one month from the start of the 2018 World Cup, which will take place in Russia from June 14 to July 15, the Dutch media Zoomin TV has unveiled the salaries of the 32 coaches of the supreme competition. The last place in the ranking goes to the Senegalese coach Aliou Cissé.
Joachim Löw (Germany) is in the lead with emoluments estimated at 3.8 million euros per year.
Tite (Brazil) and Deschamps (France) completed the podium with 3.4 million euros.
Another great nation, another great salary: Lopetegui receives each year 2.9 million euros from the Spanish federation.
Far behind, in the soft belly, we find Roberto Martinez who points to 17th place with 925,000 euros annually.
A salary lower than those perceived notably by the breeders of Peru, Australia or Denmark.
Regarding Africa, the best salary is the coach of Egypt Hector Cuper with 1, 5 million euros.
The lowest paid coach of the 2018 World Cup is from Senegal. Aliou Cissé only earns 200,000 euros a year, 17.5 times less than Joachim Löw.
1st: Joachim Löw (Germany): 3.8 million euros
2nd: Tite (Brazil): 3.4 million
3rd: Didier Deschamps (France): 3.4 million
4th: Julen Lopetegui (Spain): 2.9 million
5th: Stanislav Cherchesov (Russia): 2.5 million
6th: Fernando Santos (Portugal): 2.18 million
7th: Carlos Queiroz (Iran): 1.9 million
7th: Gareth Southgate (England): 1.9 million
9th: Jorge Sampaoli (Argentina): 1.77 million
10th: Oscar Tabarez (Uruguay): 1.7 million
11th: Hector Cuper (Egypt): 1.5 million
1st: Jose Peckerman (Colombia): 1.5 million
13th: Juan Pizzi (Saudi Arabia): 1.4 million
14th: Bert van Marwijk (Australia): 1.17 million
15th: Ricardo Gareca (Peru): 1.1 million
16th: Juan Osorio (Mexico): 1 million
17th: Hareide Age (Denmark): 925,000
17th: Akira Nishino (Japan): 925,000
17th: Roberto Martinez (Belgium): 925,000
20th: Vladimir Petkovic (Switzerland): 845,000
21st: Hervé Renard (Morocco): 778,000
22nd: Helmir Hallgrimsson (Iceland): 697,000
23rd: Zlatko Dalic (Croatia): 546,000
24th: Gernot Rohr (Nigeria): 497,000
25th: Janne Andersson (Sweden): 448,000
25th: Shin Tae-Young (South Korea): 448,000
27th: Hernan Gomez (Panamá): 398,000
28th: Nabil Maaloul (Tunisia): 348,000
28th: Oscar Ramirez (Costa Rica): 348,000
30th: Mladen Krstajic (Serbia): 298,000
31st: Adam Nawalka (Poland): 268,000
32nd: Aliou Cissé (Senegal): 200,000