All The New Serie A League Football Manager Salaries 2024 Season

All The New Serie A League Football Manager Salaries 2024 Season

All The New Serie A League Football Manager Salaries 2024/25 Season

The Serie A season of 2024/25, the best teams in Italy will each have a new manager at the start of the season, and they have all made high-profile changes that will require them to adapt to new management styles in addition to the usual roster movement.

With the 13th and 20th clubs making changes, the coaching staff will be significantly different from last season, despite the fact that it will still be predominantly Italian.

A number of well-known managers have returned to the Premier League, potentially resulting in a more competitive and well-coached league.


 

Serie A League Football Manager Salaries 2024/25 Season

 

MANAGER

CLUB

ANNUAL SALARY

NET WORTH

Gian Gasperini

Atalanta

€3 million 

€10 million

Sinisa Mihajlović

Bologna

€1 million 

€5 million

Andrea Sottil

Udinese

€500,000

€3 million

Stefano Pioli

AC Milan

€4 million

€10 million 

Di Francesco 

Verona

€400,000

€2 million

Massimiliano Allgeri

Juventus

€7 million

€30 million

Simone Inzaghi

Inter Milam

€5 million 

€15 million

Maurizio Sarri

Lazio

€3.5 million

€10 million 

Andreazzoli

Empoli

€1 million 

€5 million

Daniele De Rossi

Roma

€- million

€- million 

Walter Mazzarri 

Napoli

€- million

€ million

Alessio Dionisi

Sassuolo

€1.5 million

€5 million 

Ivan Juric

Torino

€2 million 

€7 million

Vincenzo Italiano

Fiorentina

€2.5 million

€10 million 

Stankovic

Frosinone 

€1 million

€5 million 

Alberto Gilardino

Genoa 

€500,000

€10 million 

Leonardo Semplici

Cagliari 

€- million 

€- million 

Palladino

             Monza

€250,000

€5 million

Davide Nicola 

Salernitana

€- million

€- million

Roberto D'Aversa 

Lecce

€1.5 million

€8 million

 

One thing is guaranteed in the chaotic world of Serie A: a revolving door of coaching arrivals and exits. It seemed as if the typically speedy merry-go-round had been cranked up to warp speed this summer.

 

Despite the fact that a slew of elite players left Italy, including Euro 2020-star Gianluigi Donnarumma, inter duo Achraf Hakimi and Romelu Lukaku, and Udinese midfielder Rodrigo De Paul, the dugout was in gear.

 

Twelve of the twenty teams made managerial changes, primarily involving famous faces from the Italian first flight, in what resembled a cabinet reshuffle of epic proportions.

The Controversial One's return to Serie A was arguably the most high-profile appointment. Thousands of ecstatic Giallorossi greeted Jose Mourinho upon his arrival in Rome, despite the fact that many no longer consider him unique following a trophyless season in the Premier League with Tottenham Hotspur.

 

Mourinho was a huge success at Inter, but his chances of winning a third Scudetti after back-to-back titles at the San Siro in 2008 and 2010 appear small to none.

Keeping pace with city rivals Lazio will be a must for Mourinho, who took over from compatriot Paulo Fonseca after Roma finished eighth last season.

 

Maurizio Sarri will lead the Biancocelesti this season after Simone champions Inter Milan. Former Chelsea coach Maurizio Sarri, known for his 'Sarri-ball' technical mastery, set a precedent when he admonished Lazio fans for shouting obscenities at Kosovan attacker Vedat Muriqi during an open training session. With Sarri around, things are never dull, and the chain-smoking allenatore has already ruled out a rivalry with Mourinho while aiming for a top-four finish.

 

All The New Serie A League Football Manager Salaries 2024 Season

Inzaghi faces a monumental task in defending Inter's title without star and top scorer Lukaku, as well as the quick winger Hakimi.

Despite the fact that the Nerazzurri's financial problems are well-known, the loss of two key players was a disheartening development for Inter and Serie A as a whole.

The 45-year-old is reluctant to oppose the strong demand in the same way that his vocal predecessor Antonio Conte did, but he must have been disappointed to lose the crucial Belgian striker.

The Andrea Pirlo experiment at Juventus flopped, as the maestro was fired after just one season.

Despite winning the Coppa Italia, the midfield icon was relieved of his duties as the Bianconeri sneaked into the Champions League at the cost of Napoli.

 

Following a two-year break, Massimiliano Allegri takes over in Pirlo's place, with an unblemished record of five consecutive Serie A titles between 2014 and 2019.

Allegri has already labelled Inter title favorites while demanding more responsibility from lynchpin Cristiano Ronaldo. His at times fractious relationship with the Portuguese superstar will be a key factor if Juve are to improve on last campaign’s underwhelming fourth placed finish.


Luciano Spalletti is tasked with taking Napoli back to the Champions League after Gennaro Gattuso’s failure in 2020-2021. The veteran coach has not always enjoyed the most productive of relationships with his captains and persuading Euro 2020 winner Lorenzo Insigne to sign a new contract will be one of his first objectives. Keeping striker Victor Osimhen healthy will also be a top priority if Napoli are to make it back into the top four.

Gattuso is never far away from controversy and lasted just 23 chaotic days in charge at Fiorentina following a row about transfer targets. Vincenzo Italiano was quickly drafted in from Spezia to steady the ship after a brilliant season in which he kept the Ligurian minnows in the top flight. It’s a considerable step up for Italiano, however the addition of Argentinian international winger Nicolás González from Stuttgart was a positive sign of intent as Fiorentina aim for the top half of the table.


All The New Serie A League Football Manager Salaries 2024 Season


Former Inter and Italy midfielder Thiago Motta was handed the reins at Spezia despite a distinct lack of managerial experience. In charge for a paltry 10 games at Genoa two years ago, the former Paris Saint-Germain youth coach will be targeting survival.


Sassuolo must regroup under Alessio Dionisi as the Neroverdi adapt to life after Roberto De Zerbi. In three spectacular years De Zerbi masterminded the provincial club’s rise to challenge and often upset the established players in Serie A. His sudden departure to Ukraine’s Shakhtar Donetsk left a gaping void but his ultra-attacking, risk taking style will be fondly remembered.

Dionisi navigated Empoli to the Serie B title last term and has the invidious job of emulating De Zerbi’s consecutive eighth place finishes in the last two seasons.

Empoli opted for veteran Aurelio Andreazzoli who returned to the dugout at the Tuscan club for the third time. The 67-year-old has a wealth of coaching nous but will also need a considerable amount of luck to prevent an immediate return to the second tier.


Former Sampdoria midfielder Roberto D’Aversa replaced Claudio Ranieri at the Blucerchiati. Samp President Massimo Ferrero claimed staying in Serie A is the main objective, but the Genoa based club possesses enough international quality in their squad to equal, if not better, ninth in the division. Evergreen striker Fabio Quagliarella, 38, can also be relied upon for at least one goal of the season contender next term.


Verona’s goal will be to build on last season’s 10th place under new coach Eusebio Di Francesco. An abject failure at Sampdoria and sacked by Cagliari in February, it represents another fantastic opportunity for the 51-year-old to rebuild his coaching reputation. He replaced Ivan Juric – the Croatian being just one of three foreign coaches in Serie A, along with Sinisa Mihajlovic at Bologna and Mourinho at Roma – who in turn moved on to Torino.

The only way is up for Toro after a dismal slump to the bottom of the table in 2020-2021 in which they won a meagre seven games and conceded a whopping 69 goals.

Bolstering a porous defence is Juric’s first aim, and after two impressive years with little to spend at Verona, the former Genoa coach will be expected to keep Torino away from the relegation positions this term.


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The Serie A season of 2024 has the best teams in Italy, with the 13th and 20th clubs making changes, the coaching staff will be significantly different from last season.

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