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Jurgen Klopp's net worth is huge

16th Dec, 2019 | By Our Reporter | ||

The German boss of Liverpool FC is one of the most exciting personalities in England and has a salary to match. Jurgen Klopp is known for his over-enthusiastic pitch-side celebrations and charismatic personality and under his management, Liverpool have launched a bid to win the Premier League title for the first time in their history.

He has had some setbacks in losing two Champions League finals before finally picking up the continent's biggest prize in 2019. He also led Dortmund to two Bundesliga titles – pipping rivals Bayern Munich – and has overhauled Liverpool to become a side worthy of challenging for the highest honours in England and Europe.

Known for his affinity for attacking and his famed 'Gegenpress' method, Klopp sides are notable for their lethal ability to counter-attack in an instant – with the trio of Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah encapsulating his football philosophy. But just how much is the Liverpool boss worth? Goal.com took a look. Klopp has an accumulated net worth of roughly £15 million ($19m), according to Celebrity Net Worth. That wealth has been accrued through football, naturally, but also via off-field interests, such as endorsement deals.

The German manager was awarded a hefty pay rise after joining Liverpool from Dortmund, where he earned an estimated £4 million ($5m) a year. Since moving to Liverpool, he is reported to be earning roughly £7 million ($9m) a year, though the figure is expected to be more considering he signed a contract extension in 2016, barely a year after he arrived on Merseyside. On top of that, Klopp signed a new five-year contract with the club in December 2019 which will keep him at Anfield until the end of the 2023-24 campaign.
Time frame Earnings
Per second £0.22
Per minute £13.36
Per hour £801.28
Per day £26,923
Per week £134,615
Per month £583,333
Per year £7m

Klopp is a brand ambassador for New Balance, the company that manufactures Liverpool's kits, and you'll rarely see him without his trademark cap-and-coat look on the sidelines and in interviews. At the time of signing the partnership, the German said: "I am excited to now be part of the New Balance team. I've got to know the brand very well since moving to Liverpool. New Balance shares my enthusiasm for football, always working hard to improve our position in the game and reach our goals. I'm excited for what the future will bring."

In addition to the deal with the kit manufacturer, Klopp also has sponsorship deals with German beer Warsteiner, car manufacturers Opel, electronics giants Philips and TV network Sky Deutschland. Klopp promotes the German beer company's non-alcoholic beverage, designed as the perfect refreshment for sports, meetings or to enjoy between meals.

"I am a German football coach and one of the ambassadors of our national sport, just like Warsteiner beer is one of the best ambassadors for the German beer tradition," he said about the beer. "My grandparents owned a small brewery and I do enjoy a good beer."

News Update

The Minister said this during the presentation of FCT 2020 statutory budget to the joint sitting of the Senate and House of Representatives Committees on the FCT.

To ensure strict compliance with the Abuja Master Plan and permanently tackle traffic situation within Gwarinpa the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) said it would remove no fewer than 850 makeshift shops/houses (popularly called 'batchers') and shanties along the N16 road.

Speaking to journalists last week during commencement of sitting of a mobile court at the head office of Directorate of Road Traffic Services (DRTS), popularly called Vehicle Inspection Office (VIO), in Mabushi, Abuja, authorities of the organization defended the establishment of the court saying it was set up by FCTA to decide the fate of traffic offenders.

Ahead of the planned revocation of plots of land situated in serviced areas of Federal Capital City (FCC), the FCT Administration (FCTA) has inaugurated a task team to holistically verify all identified undeveloped plots of land where infrastructure has already been provided.

Malam Bello made the pledge when he received a delegation of the FCT Sharia Court of Appeal led by the Grand Khadi, Justice Ibrahim Rufa'i Imam who was on a courtesy visit to FCTA.

Minister of State, FCT, Dr. Ramatu Tijjani Aliyu, made the clarion call and promised to reward such corps members who distinguish themselves during the one-year mandatory service..


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