Carlos Queiroz Net Worth

Carlos Queiroz net worth

Carlos Queiroz the most successful managers from Portugal. His career as professional head coach began from Portugal U20 in 1989. Three years later, Queiroz selected as head coach of Portugal team from 1991 to 1993. He won his first major trophy as head coach with football (Sporting CP) in 1994-95 (Taça de Portugal). Carlos Queiroz net worth details revealed for the first time after Forbes reported his salary upto $2.09 million. A sports blog claimed his net income $12 million in year 2014-15.

Carlos Queiroz Net Worth ($16 Million)

Queiroz currently selected for the head coach job of Colombia national football team. He is hopeful to win the Copa America 2020. Queiroz also managed the team of UAE in 1998. His annual salary reported $550k while selected for head coach job of United Arab Emirates. He retain the head coach job for year and winning ratio of UAE increased 50% from 35% in 1998-1999.

Queiroz earnings in Colombia head coach 2020

Carlos Queiroz Annual Salary ($1 Million) In 2019, he made headline in football after signing three year contract deal with Colombia football till 2022. His salary reported $1 million a year according to sources. Before joining Colombia, Queiroz did management job at Iran for eight years from 2011-19. If his salary details with Iran football team accurate, than his long term contract with Iran team worth ($19.5 million). Forbes reported, in 2014 world cup manager salaries, according to them he earn (US$2,098,060).

He become highest paid manager in LA Liga after signing contract deal with Real Madrid. According to reports, he earned $8.5 million annual base salary, which is five times more than he earn with Iran and Portugal team contracts. All financial data about Carlos Queiroz annual salary gathered from top sources of football. His salary and net worth details based on leaked reports of manager contract and head coach salaries in world cup and other international tournament.

References : BBC Sports, Forbes Magazine, Marca, Sports Business (FR)