Report: Ceferin’s salary increased to €2.19m in 2019-20

by | Apr 21, 2021 18:00

The UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin earned €2.19m in 2019-20, a gross increase of €450,000 from the previous year, according to Calcio & Finanza.

Real Madrid President Florentino Perez highlighted when he presented the Super League project that he ‘knows what NBA star Lebron James earns, because it’s made public. And I don’t know what the UEFA President earns’.

The UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin earned €2.19m in 2019-20, a gross increase of €450,000 from the previous year, according to Calcio & Finanza.

Real Madrid President Florentino Perez highlighted when he presented the Super League project that he ‘knows what NBA star Lebron James earns, because it’s made public. And I don’t know what the UEFA President earns’.

Calcio e Finanza has then analysed the balance sheets of the European federation and it turns out that Ceferin received a gross salary of €2.19m without any bonuses in 2019-20.

The UEFA chief had a gross increase of almost €450,000 compared to the previous season, but it’s not only the President who had a raise during the coronavirus pandemic.

The report reveals the UEFA general secretary Theodore Theodoridis saw his payment increase by €164,000 to a gross salary of €1.23m, with no bonuses due to the COVID-19 crisis.

On the other hand, the outlet reports the Vice-President’s salary decreased with €12,500 and the wages of the members of the Executive Committee were reduced by €8,000, by virtue of the voluntary reduction of 20 per cent over three months following the pandemic.

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