A look at just how much Croatia coach Zlatko Dalić makes compared to his counterparts ahead of the World Cup 2018 in Russia.
With just three months left until the upcoming World Cup in Russia, international media has not been shy about publishing everything they possibly can ahead of the highly anticipated tournament. The latest? The salaries of the national team coaches participating in Russia this summer.
The 32 international managers are becoming increasingly popular in the public eye, and the specialized sports blog totalSPORTEK has conducted research and disclosed the annual salaries of the World Cup’s football experts, reports Index.hr on March 30, 2018.
The top coaches with the highest payout rates are, as expected, Germany coach Joachim Löw (3,850,000 euro), Brazil coach Tite (3,500,000 euro) and France’s Didier Deschamps (3,500,000 euro) and Spain coach Julen Lopetegui (3,000,000 euro).
The lowest paid coaches on the annual level are Senegal’s coach Aliou Cisse (200,000 euro), Poland coach Adam Nawalka (270,000 euros) and Serbia coach Mladen Krstajić (300,000 euro).
Croatia coach Zlatko Dalić is placed 23rd on the list, with earnings of 550,000 euro. Less money is made only by Nigeria coach Gernot Rohr (500,000 euro), Sweden coach Janne Andersson (450,000 euro), South Korea’s Shin Tae-Yong (450,000 euro), Panama’s Hernan Dario Gomez (400,000 euro), Tunisia coach Nabil Maaloul (350,000 euro), Costa Rica coach Oscar Ramirez (350,000 euro), and the coaches of Serbia, Poland, and Senegal.
In front of Croatia coach Zlatko Dalić is the coach of Iran (2,000,000 euro), Egypt (1,500,000 euro), Saudi Arabia (1,440,000 euro), Peru (1,150,000 euro), Mexico (1,050,000 euro), Denmark (1,000,000 euro), Belgium (1,000,000 euro), Morocco (780,000 euro) and Iceland (700,000 euro).
In addition to Serbia coach Mladen Krstajić, coaches from the region include the Japan coach Vahid Halilhodžić (1,000,000 euro) and Switzerland’s coach Vladimir Petković (850,000 euro).
Annual wages of national team coaches in the 2018 World Cup:
1. Joachim Löw (Germany): 3,850,000 euro
2. Tite (Brazil): 3,500,000 euro
3. Didier Deschamps (France): 3,500,000 euro
4. Julen Lopetegui (Spain): 3,000,000 euro
5. Stanislav Čerčesov (Russia): 2,600,000 euro
6. Fernando Santos (Portugal): 2,250,000 euro
7. Carlos Queiroz (Iran): 2,000,000 euro
8. Gareth Southgate (England): 2,000,000 euros
9. Jorge Sampaoli (Argentina): 1,800,000 euro
10. Oscar Tabarez (Uruguay): 1,700,000 euro
11. Hector Cuper (Egypt): 1,500,000 euro
12. Jose Pekerman (Colombia): 1,500,000 euro
13. Juan Antonio Pizzi (Saudi Arabia): EUR 1,440,000 euro
14. Bert van Marwijk (Australia): 1,250,000 euro
15. Ricardo Gareca (Peru): 1,150,000 euro
16. Juan Carlos Osorio (Mexico): 1,050,000 euro
17. Age Hareide (Denmark): 1,000,000 euro
18. Vahid Halilhodžić (Japan): 1,000,000 euro
19. Roberto Martinez (Belgium): 1,000,000 euro
20. Vladimir Petković (Switzerland): 850,000 euro
21. Herve Renard (Morocco): 780,000 euro
22. Halmir Hallgrimsson (Iceland): 700,000 euro
23. ZLATKO DALIĆ (CROATIA): 550,000 euro
24. Gernot Rohr (Nigeria): 500,000 euro
25. Janne Andersson (Sweden): 450,000 euro
26. Shin Tae-yong (South Korea): 450,000 euro
27. Hernan Dario Gomez (Panama): 400,000 euro
28. Nabil Maaloul (Tunisia): 350,000 euro
29. Oscar Ramirez (Costa Rica): 350,000 euro
30. Mladen Krstajić (Serbia): 300.000 euro
31. Adam Nawalka (Poland): 270,000 euro
32. Aliou Cisse (Senegal): 200,000 euro