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Graham Potter became one of the Premier League’s highest-paid managers when he joined Chelsea

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It has been four months since Chelsea paid a whopping £22 million in compensation to lure Graham Potter and his backroom staff away from Brighton & Hove Albion. However, it is yet to pay off for Todd Boehly, with Potter’s side sat 10th in the Premier League table after picking up nine wins from 21 matches since his arrival.

Despite Potter’s underwhelming start to life on Stamford Bridge, he remains as one of the highest-paid managers in the top flight ahead of the likes of Erik ten Hag and Mikel Arteta.

Here is how the 47-year-old’s £10m annual salary compares to the rest of the Premier League’s managers, as reported by SunSport...