The new head coach of Juventus, Massimiliano Allegri, is expected to earn €3.7m-€4m per year.
Allegri is a man of the people and will have to make his money back with the players.
The club’s new owner, Silvio Berlusconi, will also earn some money from the players, but will also be compensated by his shareholding in the club.
The salary of the players will be reduced, but they will be compensated with a cut of the television revenue.
The new owner will also receive an additional €1.5m for every Serie A match in which he plays.
Allegrini is said to have received €4.5 million-€5.5 m in bonuses in the first five years of his reign, including €500,000-€750,000 per match.
Juventus will have paid out €9.5-9.8m in the next two seasons, with the club’s next contract set to run out in 2021.
The players’ salaries are also set to increase, but with a small reduction in the salary cap.
A number of Serie A clubs, including Napoli and Fiorentina, are reported to be considering offers to bring Allegri back.
Allegria will also have to sell a lot of players, with many players currently under contract, and will not have many new options available for next season.
Juventus have signed four players in the transfer window, including a player for whom Allegri has a €1m-1.2m release clause.
Allegrisi is expected be paid €6.5 to €7.5, but this is not guaranteed.
There are also rumors of Allegri being offered €15-20m per season.