Here's how much ZIDANE will make at REAL MADRID in his 2nd term

Nikhil Vaswani  |  Special  |  1 Week Ago

Zinadine Zidane will definitely has a very interesting tale to tell to his grandkids when the French Maestro will turn old. Zizou is back in business, and who else could it be than Real Madrid itself. Real Madrid fans got a reason a reason to pep up as the club announced Zizou’s appointment back again while Solari would be leaving the club with “immediate effect.”


While we’d been hearing rumours of Zizou taking charge of Chelsea or Man United at the end of Solskjaer’s term as an interim manager, Perez, who was suffering from extreme pressure of failing to make a mark having let go of both Zidane and Ronaldo, had to come up with something from probably the final swing of his magic wand. He tried and thrived to lure Zidane with more money, control of the club and a handsome looking contract, not to mention a doubly handsome budget to spend in the transfer window. But the question remains, as to how much would be enough for Zidane to make up his mind…

How much will Real Madrid pay their star manager?

Zinedine Zidane will earn a fixed annual salary of €12m at Real Madrid, which is exactly half that of Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone. El Confidencial have outlined the details of the Frenchman’s return to the European champions, which has seen him sign a contract until 2022. he report claims the 46-year-old’s previous deal at Madrid had seen him earn around €7.5m per season, with add-ons this time included which are based on on-field success.


Simeone is the best paid Coach in the world while Jose Mourinho – who was also heavily linked with a return to Madrid – was paid €20m annually at Manchester United. The report also cites Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino at €10m, with Jurgen Klopp on €8.5m at Liverpool and Juventus Coach Max Allegri earning €8m.


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