GRAHAM POTTER is set to earn £10million-a-year at Chelsea after signing a lucrative five-year deal at Stamford Bridge.
And that makes the 47-year-old a joint FOURTH Top earner in the Premier League after being given a pay raise after leaving Brighton.
The ex-Swansea gaffer was thought to be pocketing £2million a year with the Seagulls, where he was one of the lowest earners in the top flight.
But SunSport understand he will take home £50million from the long-term deal he has penned in west London.
That’s more than sacked predecessor Thomas Tuchel – who was paid around £7million a year by the Blues.
But what do Potter’s colleagues earn? SunSport takes a look below.
Potter earns almost HALF from what Manchester City’s gaffer Pep Guardiola is raking in, with the Spaniard boasting of a whopping £19m annual salary.
But the Citizens manager is fully earning his annual wages, having won four Premier League crowns in the last five years.
Liverpool’s Jurgen Klopp is second and earns £16million a year after signing a new contract in April.
Antonio Conte is third, with Tottenham giving the Italian a £15m deal when he replaced Nuno Espirito Santo in November 2021.
Potter and Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers complete the top 5, with both men earning £10million a year.
Manchester United’s Erik ten Hag then follows, with the Dutchman paid £9million-a-year after succeeding interim gaffer Ralf Rangnick.
Mikel Arteta is next with the Arsenal boss, who was rewarded with an annual £8.3m contract in May.
Southampton’s Ralph Hasenhuttl earns £6million a year with Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard and David Moyes all making £5million a year.
Brighton caretaker manager Adam Lallana is in an incredible 12th place with the midfielder-turned-manager taking home £4.7million a year.
According to Football Boast, Fulham’s Marco Silva is paid an annual salary of £4.5million, with Nottingham Forest’s Steve Cooper joining Brentford’s Thomas Frank as the lowest earner in the league at £1.5million.
Earning more than Cooper and Frank are Patrick Vieira and Eddie Howe [both on £4m]jess march [£3.5m] and Bruno Lage [£2.5m].
And it remains unknown how much Bournemouth interim Gary O’Neil is making after taking on Scott Parker.
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/6191856/premier-league-managers-salaries-revealed-potter/ Premier League manager salaries were revealed as Chelsea made Graham Potter the fourth-highest paid boss with Adam Lallana in 12th