According to the available statistics, the Italian earns €12m annually. He is by far the highest salary among the Serie A coaches.
The Nerazzurri coach is aimed of bringing back the Scudetto to San Siro. According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Conte makes €9.5m more than Roma coach Paulo Fonseca, who is second in the group.Fonseca earns €2.5m per annum.
Atalanta’s Gian Piero Gasperini is third. Gasperini earns €2.2m. Lazio’ Simone Inzaghi is behind him, earning €2m per annum.
Stefano Pioli (Milan) €2m
The Rosonneri manager is having a nice time at San Siro. Having been given a new deal, he is earning €2m per annum.
Sinisa Mihajlovic (Bologna) €2m
The Serbian has proven to be a tactical genius, holding the forte at Bologna despite being on the sick bed treating cancer for some weeks. He also earns €2m.
Andrea Pirlo (Juventus) €1.8m
Juventus sacked Maurizio Sarri and appointed Andrea Pirlo ahead of the 2020-21 season. The former Italy international has hit rhe ground running with the Old Lady. He stands at seventh on the list with €1.8m annually.
Claudio Ranieri (Sampdoria) €1.8m
The former Fulham manager has regalvanised the team, helping them stay in the top flight last season. He earns €1.8m per annum to occupies the 8th spot.
Gennaro Gattuso (Napoli) €1.5m
The former AC Milan midfielder, Gennaro Gattuso, who secured Europa League for the Pertonopei is ninth on the list, earning €1.5m per annum.
Eusebio Di Francesco (Cagliari) €1.5m
Cagliari coach Eusebio Di Francesco also the same amount as Gatusso.
Marco Giampaolo (Torino) €1.5m
The new Torino tactician Marco Giampaolo is also in the salary scale with Gatusso, Di Francesco.
Roberto De Zerbi (Sassuolo) €1.1m
De Zerbi is next on the list earning earning €1.1m at Sassulo annually.
Filippo Inzaghi (Benevento) €1m
The former Italian international, who brought Benevento to the top flight is number 13 on the list, taking home €1m per annum.
Other coaches in the Italian topfligh include Ivan Juric (Hellas Verona) €1m; Giuseppe Iachini (Fiorentina) €0.9m; Rolando Maran (Genoa) €0.85m; Luca Gotti (Udinese) €0.6m; Giovanni Stroppa (Crotone) €0.6m; Fabio Liverani (Parma) €0.5m and Vincenzo Italiano (Spezia) €0.5m.