Antonio Conte has been revealed as the highest paid manager in Serie A history since joining Inter Milan.
Conte was sacked last year by Chelsea after guiding the club to a Premier League trophy in his first season and winning the FA Cup in his second year which was also his last time at the club.
Conte has been away from football activities for a year, now his back to coaching as Inter Milan manager.
The Italian took over from Luciano Spalletti who left Inter Milan 4th position on the log last season.
According to Football Italia, Conte receives €11m annually, which is twice the amount earned by former Chelsea boss Sarri at Juventus who is the second highest paid in Serie A with €5.5m-per-year.
Accelloiti who also coached Chelsea in the past now with Napoli earns €5m a year.
The least paid manager in Serie A is Udinese manager Igor Tudor, who goes home with €500,000 per year plus bonuses.
Conte is set to justify his huge pay as he fights for the league title, domestic trophies and Champions League.
By Ayodele Emaye