Behind are two Barça players, the Frenchman Antoine Griezmann and the Uruguayan Luis Suárez, both with just under 3 million. Two Real Madrid the Welshman Gareth Bale and the Belgian Eden Hazard, follow him with 2.5 million euros gross per month. In Germany, Bayern Munich’s Polish Robert Lewandowski and his Brazilian partner Coutinho, on loan from Barcelona, pocket the highest salaries, 1.66 million a month each.The Argentines of Juve Gonzalo Higuaín and Paolo Dybala, with 1.09 and 1.06 million euros per month, follow Ronaldo as the highest paid players in Italy.Among the coaches, the Argentinian from Atlético de Madrid, Diego Simeone, also repeated as the highest paid, with 3.6 million gross euros per month, ahead of the Spaniard of Manchester City, Pep Guardiola, with 1.94 million.They are followed by two Premier technicians, the Portuguese from Tottenham, José Mourinho, and Liverpool’s German, Jurgen Klopp, both with 1.46 million.The French of Real Madrid, Zinedine Zidane, with 1.4 million, slightly surpasses the Italian of Inter Milan, Antonio Conte, with 1.38 million, while Quique Setién, recently arrived in Barcelona, charges 500,000 euros gross per month, according to L’Équipe. The list highlights that the Spanish goalkeeper of Manchester United DGea’s avid is England’s highest paid player, with 1.76 million a month, ahead of the German of Arsenal Mesut Özil and from the Belgian of Manchester City Kevin de Bruyne, both with 1.64 million. The Argentine of Barcelona Lionel Messi repeats as the highest paid footballer in the world ahead of the Portuguese Juventus of Turin Cristiano Ronaldo, according to the salary classification published this Friday by L’Équipe.According to the French newspaper, Messi has a salary of 8.3 million euros gross per month, compared to the 4.5 Ronaldo receives from the Turin club, which arrived two seasons ago. Both surpass the Brazilian of Paris Saint-Germain Neymar, the best paid in France with just over 3 million per month, far ahead of his teammate, the Frenchman Kylian Mbappé, who does not reach 2 million.