Murat Yakın (He took the helm of the Switzerland National Team in August 2021)- Switzerland - $1.65 million

Fernando Santos (He will be the third oldest manager among those in charge at Qatar 2022) - Portugal - $2.25 million

Félix Sánchez Bas (He arrived to Qatar to work at the Aspire Academy to develop better local soccer talent) - Qatar - $2.45 million

Lionel Scaloni (As a player he played few matches with the Argentina National Team, one of them was in the 2006 FIFA World Cup) - Argentina -  $2.65 million

Gerardo Martino (He has extensive coaching experience that includes leading Paraguay to its best-ever performance at a FIFA World Cup South Africa 2010)- Mexico - $2.95 million

Louis van Gaal (A European football historic, multi-winner with Ajax, Barcelona and Bayern Munich)- Netherlands - $2.95 million

Tite - Brazil (He is the longest-serving manager of the Brazil National Team)- $3.65 million

Didier Deschamps (He has a love affair with the FIFA World Cup, having won it as a player in 1998 and then, 20 years later, as a manager) - France - $3.85 million

Gareth Southgate ( After a brief stint as caretaker manager of the England National Team, he was tapped as permanent manager in September 2016)- England - $5.85 million

Hans-Dieter Flick (As assistant to Joachim Low he was part of the German team that finished third in the 2010 World Cup and won the Brazil 2014 edition) - Germany - $6.55 million