Inter coach Jose Mourinho is no longer the highest-paid coach in the world.
That honour has now gone to former Chelsea and Brazil manager, Luis Felipe Scolari, after signing an 18-month contract with Uzbekistan side Bunyodkor.
Scolari is set to earn €13million for his services, topping Mourinho's €11million a season that he currently earns.
The 2002 World Cup-winner says that he is there to win, and wants to grow the game in Uzbekistan.
"I am here because I believe I can contribute to the growth of the Uzbeki game," Scolari said to Corriere Dello Sport.
"I also believe in this project."
Rick D'Andrea, Goal.com