Ange Postecoglou Salary at Spurs: How Much Does The Tottenham Manager Earn?

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What is the Ange Postecoglou salary at Spurs? Is a widely asked question as the popular former Celtic boss is having a big impact in his first Premier League season, as well as the wider media. So, just what does Ange Postecoglou earn at Tottenham and how much did Daniel Levy have to pay to get his main?

Spurs Paid Celtic £5m Compensation To Sign Ange Postecoglou

Ange Postecoglou, who was born in Greece but grew up in Australia, was a big hit at Scottish Premier League side Celtic during his two-year spell there between 2021 and 2023.

Postecoglou (58) signed for the Hoops on a 12-month rolling contract, after formerly being in charge of the Australian National side between 2013 and 2017.

During Postecoglou’s time at Celtic he won an incredible six domestic trophies in only two years and as a result was now firmly on the radar of some of the big English Premier League sides – including Tottenham.

With the North London club looking for a replacement for Antonio Conte, who left in March 2023, they had Cristian Stellini and regular stand-in Ryan Mason holding the fort, but had their sights set on Ange Postecoglou.

However, to get Celtic’s much sort after boss, who also reportedly turned down Brighton earlier in his career, Tottenham had to stump up £5m in compensation to the Scottish giants.

Ange Postecoglou Signs Four-Year Contract With Spurs Till 2027

Once getting their man, the Ange Postecoglou salary at Spurs details were kept under wraps, but with Conte on a reported £15m a year salary we can expect the Postecoglou earnings to be a lot more than what he was getting at Celtic which was £2.2m a year.

It’s anticipated that he isn’t likely to be on the huge Conte salary, which at the time saw him only behind Pep Guardiola in the Premier League’s top manager earners, but the Ange Postecoglou earnings will still be a big hike up on his Celtic package and are expected to be in the region of £5m a year (but unconfirmed).

The Ange Postecoglou deal at Tottenham is a four-year contract that he penned in July 2023 and will take the Greek-born Aussie up until 2027 as boss at the North London club.

Postecoglou Also Proving A Big-Hit With The English Football Media

During his time in Scotland and England, Ange Postecoglou has not only made a big impact on the pitch but has also won over the footballing media with his pre and post-match interviews.

Win, lose or draw Ange Postecoglou has been labelled a breath of fresh air with his honest opinions and willingness to speak to the media.

Of course, results on the pitch always determine how any manager will fare, but you feel that, regardless of how long he’s at Tottenham for, the likeable Greek-Aussie will have plenty of ongoing job offers in football.

Ange Postecoglou Represented Australia Four Times As A Player

Ange Postecoglou played for the Australia National side four times between 1986 and 1988 and also represented the U20 team on thirteen occasions.

While his club football was played solely at South Melbourne as the defender made 193 appearances and scored 27 goals between 1984 and 1993.

Ange Postecoglou Previous Clubs Managed

After hanging up his playing boots Ange Postecoglou turned to football management and has had a whole host of clubs over the years – with his first his former playing team South Melbourne.

He spent four years at South Melbourne between 1996 and 2000 – and led to them consecutive National Soccer league titles in between 1997 and 1999.

See below the full list of clubs managed by Ange Postecoglou.

  • South Melbourne: 1996–2000
  • Australia U17: 2000–2005
  • Australia U20: 2000–2007
  • Panachaiki: 2008
  • Whittlesea Zebras: 2009
  • Brisbane Roar: 2009–2012
  • Melbourne Victory: 2012–2013
  • Australia: 2013–2017
  • Yokohama F. Marinos: 2018–2021
  • Celtic: 2021–2023
  • Tottenham Hotspur: 2023– ongoing

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