Vincent Kompany’s Bayern Munich Wages, Bonuses, Contract Salary Revealed


Bayern Munich manager Vincent Kompany is set to earn a jumbo pay after he emerged as the club’s manager.

Bayern Munich made a surprise swoop for the former Burnley manager after they failed to secure the services of four other top candidates for the role.

Kompany’s emergence as the Bavarian’s manager came more as a shock to pundits, who had ruled out the 38-year-old from the race for the top job in one of the biggest clubs in Germany and Europe.

Kompany rose to the limelight after he led Burnley to the England Championship title with a record 101 points in 2023. However, his gains were eroded drastically after he lost 28 games in the English top-flight and failed to keep the Clarets in the elite division.

After Burnley’s relegation to the second tier, reports of Bayern Munich’s interest in Kompany sounded like a satire on pundit’s commentary table.

The sentiment was clearly understood. It was unfathomable that a manager who got relegated to the England second tier could be primed for a top role as Bayern Munich manager.

However, the club’s hierarchy begged to differ. Bayern Munich CEO Dreesen said the club are fully confident in Vincent Kompany’s abilities given his creativity in the dugout and knack for developing young players.

Vincent Kompany was unveiled as Bayern Munich manager on Thursday, May 30 with the former Man City defender pledging his commitment to get the best out of the Bavarian’s players and also lead the charge for success.

Now, according to Florian Plettenberg of Sky Germany, Vincent Kompany will be placed on a superior wage scale than the club’s former manager Julian Nagelsmann and Hansi Flick but slightly below what his predecessor Thomas Tuchel earned.

Plettenberg said; ‘Bayern will dig deep into their pockets for Kompany’ adding that they are expected to pay him between ‘£5.97m and £7.67m (€7m-€9m) gross per year’ with add-ons included.”

According to the journalist, that will see Kompany earn close to the same figure as Tuchel, who was on £7.67m-per-year plus add-ons, but more than Julian Nagelsmann and Hansi Flick. Nagelsmann and Hansi Flick reportedly earn about £5.11m.

Meanwhile, Burnley are said to have bagged a £10.2m compensation from the deal. Kompany will hope to return Bayern Munich to gears after a disappointing 2023-24 campaign under ex-manager Thomas Tuchel.


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