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Messi and Simeone top rich players and coaches ahead of Ronaldo & Pep (L'Equipe)


Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Neymar remain the three highest-paid players in the world, according to details published by L'Equipe.

Barcelona forward Lionel Messi continues to be the world’s highest-paid footballer ahead of Juventus’s Cristiano Ronaldo, according to details published by French outlet L’Equipe on Friday.

According to the French newspaper, 32-year-old Messi has a salary of €8.3 million gross per month, compared to the €4.5 million that Ronaldo (35) receives at the Turin club, where he arrived in the summer of 2018.

Both players surpass PSG star Neymar, who is the best-paid player in France with a salary of just over €3 million per month, which is well ahead of his teammate, Kylian Mbappé, who makes less than €2 million.

Behind Messi, Ronaldo and Neymar are two Barça players: Frenchman Antoine Griezmann and Uruguayan international Luis Suárez, both of whom earn just under €3 million per month. Following them are Real Madrid pair, Gareth Bale and Eden Hazard, on €2.5 million.

The list also highlights that Manchester United’s Spanish goalkeeper, David de Gea, is England's highest-paid player with €1.76 million a month, ahead of Arsenal’s Mesut Özil and Manchester City’s Belgian Kevin de Bruyne, both on €1.64 million.

In Germany, Bayern Munich pair Robert Lewandowski and Philippe Coutinho (who is currently on loan from Barcelona) pocket €1.66 million a month each, making them the Bundesliga’s highest earners.

Ronaldo’s Juventus teammates, Gonzalo Higuaín and Paolo Dybala, who respectively earn €1.09 and €1.06 million per month, follow behind the Portuguese star to make up top three of Serie A’s rich list.

Atlético Madrid’s Diego Simeone has maintained his position as the highest-paid coach with €3.6 million gross per month, significantly ahead of second-placed Pep Guardiola, who earns €1.94 million at Manchester City.

Following Guardiola are two of his Premier League rivals – Jurgen Klopp of Liverpool and Tottenham’s Jose Mourinho, both of whom earn €1.46 million.

Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane comes in fifth with €1.4 million, slightly surpassing Inter Milan’s Antonio Conte, with €1.38 million. Meanwhile, Barcelona’s new coach, Quique Setién, is further down the list on a monthly salary of 500,000 euros per month.



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