Arsene Wenger is a former French football player and a manager. He managed Arsenal from 1996 to 2018. Being a revolutionary manager for the club, he served the longest and the most successful term in the Arsenal's history.
Arsene Wenger Salary's
Wegner had once made it to the Forbes’s top 10 highest paid football managers. He had got 6th place with $10 million salary. Since then, Wegner’s net worth has seen a whopping hike. Currently, the net worth of Arsene Wenger is $40 million as per the estimation.
In 1996, when Wegner had joined Arsenal, his salary was approx $658,000 but after initial success of the club, his salary had been hiked and he was receiving approx $11 Million per year before leaving Arsenal.
Wegner's net worth also includes his collection of five luxury cars and an expensive villa. The villa is located in Barnet, United Kingdom and has an estimated value of this property is $2.2 million. His car collection includes Audi, Citroën C4 and Range Rover.
In 2016, he had put his money into a tax relief scheme which built two data centres on Tyneside.
Arsene Wenger Endorsements
Wegner is a brand ambassador for FIFA World Cup sponsor Castrol. As a part of the deal, he often involves in various training camps for international youth teams. Apart from Castrol, he also had sponsorship deals with several other companies such as Lexus, Jaguars and Mercedes. Because of the French cars manufacturers Citroen's partnership with Arsenal, he can be seen using their products. He also had a deal with watch manufacturing giant IWC.
Other sources of income
Wegner has served to IN Sport as a pundit and at the 2016 European Championship for TF1, he has also worked with Robert Pires and Marcel Desailly. Wegner is a part time author. He has a number of published books in his name such as Arsene Wenger: The Inside Story of Arsenal Under Wenger and Shōsha no Esupuri, specially for the Japanese market.
Currently, he is a member of the Cobalt Data Centre 2 LLP, a tax efficient vehicle for investing in data centres.