Brazil coach Tite is one of the highest-paid coaches at the 2018 FIFA World Cup, while a former Bafana Bafana boss is also among the top 10. Here are the highest-paid coaches at the tournament in Russia.
Click through the gallery above to see the best-paid coaches at the World Cup.
Germany coach Joachim Low guided Die Mannschaft to the World Cup title in 2014, so it does not surprise many that he is the highest-paid boss in Russia.
The 58-year-old reportedly earns an annual salary of £3.31 million (R55 million), according to the Daily Mirror, topping the ranking ahead of Brazil boss Tite, who is understood to pocket £3.02 million (R50 million) a year.
France manager Didier Deschamps is on the same yearly salary as Tite, while Spain's Julen Lopetegui follows with £2.58 million (R43 million) annually, and Stanislav Cherchesov, coach of hosts Russia, earns £2.21 million (R37 million) a year.
Former South Africa coach Carlos Queiroz, now in charge of Iran, appears in seventh position with a reported annual salary of £1.69 million (R28 million), the same as England boss Gareth Southgate.
Hector Cuper is the highest-earning coach among the African World Cup participants, sitting in 11th spot overall. The Egypt coach nets £1.30 million (R22 million) yearly, according to the report.
Click through the gallery above to see all managers at the World Cup who earn more than £1 million per annum, and let us know, in the comments section below, who you think doesn't deserve his salary!