10 of the most expensive managers sacked after Conte sacking at Spurs

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Antonio Conte is close to being sacked by Tottenham Hotspur. After the team could only draw against Southampton But his compensation will not be the same as what he received at Chelsea.

 Antonio Conte won’t be leaving Tottenham Hotspur for nothing, but at least Spurs won’t have to pay a world-record compensation fee to eliminate him. With only a few months remaining on his contract, it expires at the end of the season. Conte will not receive the huge sum expected if he is sacked. The Italian made a whopping £26.6m when he was sacked by Chelsea ahead of the 2017-18 season, just a year after agreeing a new contract with the UFABET club. arising from dismissing the team manager in the most expensive way possible Spurs have their own stats too, and here are the top 10 most expensive dismissals.

10 of the most expensive managers sacked after Conte's sacking at Spurs

10. Andre Villas-Boas, Chelsea (£12 million)

          Chelsea spent big on Andre Villas-Boas from Porto in 2011, with the manager arriving after winning the Europa League. Success both at home and on the European stage After Carlo Ancelotti was sacked But in the end, he was in charge for less than a year. The Portuguese left the club in danger of finishing outside the top four. With their Champions League hopes hanging in the balance that season, however, Roberto Di Matteo’s success in Europe may have made Abramovich feel he made the right decision to lay off his job.

9. Mauricio Pochettino, Tottenham Hotspur (12.5 million pounds)

          Mauricio Pochettino reportedly earned £8.5m when he was transferred to Paris. Saint-Germain Sacked at the end of the 2021-22 season, but that pales in comparison to the amount of money he earned from Spurs a few years earlier. Chase of Villas-Boas of Spurs led to the arrival of Pochettino. The Argentinian coach took over the team after Tim Sherwood took charge of the team temporarily. He led the club to the Champions League final but was sacked after signing a new five-year deal in May 2018, just 18 months into the run.

8. Thomas Tuchel, Chelsea (£13 million)

          Ahead of last season, it was reported that Thomas Tuchel was close to agreeing a new deal as Chelsea manager. Things changed quickly after the club acquired new owner Todd Bohly and the team started the season. worryingly new Chelsea were the top-spending club in the Premier League last summer. They spent 270 million pounds
on new players to strengthen the team. Compared to that, the £13 million paid for Tuchel doesn’t seem that high.

7. Fabio Capello, Russia (13.4 million pounds)

         Fabio Capello was paid £1.5m after leaving England as manager in 2012, but received more as his Russia stint ended. The Italian took charge in 2014 with the goal of leading his homeland to a World Cup four years later, but he only lasted 18 months, reports at the time stating that £13.4m was the amount paid
. to former Juventus manager But he could earn more when the Russian Football Association’s extraterritoriality agreement comes into play. Capello took up another job at Chinese Super League side Jiangsu Suning before announcing his retirement in 2018.

6. Luiz Felipe Scolari, Chelsea (13.6 million pounds)

          Former Brazil boss Luiz Felipe Scolari spent less than a season at Chelsea before his sacking, which was heavily criticized for the Blues’ mistreatment. The Blues are fourth in the table after 25 games in the Premier League but are the top scorers in the competition. And qualify for the knockout stages of the Champions League. Experienced coach with different teams. He has managed various teams in 3 different countries since being sacked by Chelsea. Including taking charge of the national team for the second time and continues to work on the eve of his 74th birthday.

5. Jose Mourinho, Tottenham Hotspur (16 million pounds)

          Jose Mourinho has continued to receive good compensation throughout his coaching career. Although years have passed since his last league win, Tottenham Hotspur paid £16m to part ways with the Portuguese boss ahead of the 2021 League Cup final by the club. ranks 7th in the table and that is where
They will finish under interim boss Ryan Mason. In terms of daily wages, Mourinho is only slightly less than his successor, Nuno Espirito Santo. The former goalkeeper, who played under Mourinho at Porto, walked away with £5million after just 10 Premier League games in charge.

4. Laurent Blanc, PSG (17 million pounds)

         Paris Saint-Germain Few managers have been employed since the takeover in June 2011. Former France manager  Laurent Blanc was one of the early appointees And able to win the league for the team 3 times in a row But was sacked after failing to make the team successful in Europe. Blanc’s PSG finished
the 2015-16 season on 96 points, a figure still a Ligue 1 record. Thomas Tuchel’s squad in 2020

3. Jose Mourinho, Chelsea (18 million pounds)

          The first appointment of the Roman Abramovich era, Jose Mourinho is also one of the most expensive dismissals. After taking over from Claudio Ranieri in 2004, the former Porto boss led the club to two successive league titles. But was unable to win the European Cup. After failing to win three successive Premier League titles in 2007, Mourinho was sacked just weeks before the new season. before being destroyed

2. Jose Mourinho, Manchester United (19.6 million pounds)

Mourinho ‘s second Chelsea compensation was significantly lower than his first. But he received almost £20 million when Manchester United sacked him. After arriving at Old Trafford in 2016, he signed a contract extension in January 2018 but left less than a year later. The Portuguese led United to a second-placed finish in 2017-18, but his side failed to even make the top four in 17 games under Mourinho the following season. For those wondering, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s successor reportedly paid £7.5m when he was sacked in 2021.

1. Antonio Conte, Chelsea (26.6 million pounds)

         Mourinho may have had the highest total. But no one comes close to being sacked by Antonio Conte ‘s Chelsea at the top of this list. The Italian put pen to paper on a new contract in 2017. After winning a first title season. but left at the end of the 2017-18 season. We won our sixth league title and our eighth FA Cup,” the club said in a statement at the time. “In the championship season The club set a record 30 wins out of 38 Premier League games, including a club record 13 consecutive league wins.” And it’s a really high price.