In Revier, the dimensions have shifted in an almost strange way: The new BVB assistant coach Peter Hermann apparently earns just as much as Frank Kramer, and he is after all the new head coach of FC Schalke 04.
Last season, Peter Hermann was Mike Büskens’ assistant coach at FC Schalke 04 and played a key role in the promotion and immediate return of the Royal Blues to the Bundesliga. In the meantime, however, Hermann has been hired by Ruhrpott rivals Borussia Dortmund and should now help as an assistant to the new/old coach Edin Terzic in the attack on FC Bayern.
The 70-year-old successful assistant coach, who worked alongside Jupp Heynckes in times together with Munich, including three German championships and Champions League winners and twice the DFB Cup, is apparently rewarded princely .
According to information from “Sport Bild”, Hermann gets as much money as the new head coach of FC Schalke 04, Frank Kramer, in his role as an assistant.
As the newspaper shows in a salary ranking, Kramer earns 0.8 million euros a year with the royal blues. The 50-year-old is only second to last among the 18 trainers. Only the former BVB U23 coach Enrico Maaßen, who has now been hired by FC Augsburg, earns a little less (0.7 million euros).
BVB ideal solution Hermann can earn in Schalke dimensions
According to the report, Hermann, on the other hand, should be able to rise in Kramer’s salary range as an assistant coach. Provided that Dortmund are successful. He could also earn up to just under one million euros a year from the possible team success.
However, Hermann doesn’t really care about the money. The veteran, who is considered Terzic’s ideal solution, is particularly passionate about the title project, it is said.
At FC Schalke, on the other hand, where Kramer “only” earns around 100,000 euros more than in his time at Arminia Bielefeld for financial reasons, thrift is required. Also because ex-coach Dimitrios Grammozis continues to draw his annual salary of 1.2 million euros and also receives 18,000 euros in prize money for every game.
Incidentally, BVB head coach Terzic is in third place in the ranking. With 3.5 million euros, the returnee is around 0.5 million euros behind the new Wolfsburg trainer Niko Kovac. However, according to “Sport Bild” information, Terzic can raise his salary to up to 4.5 million euros with bonuses, which would earn him about as much as his predecessor Marco Rose and more than five and a half times as much as S04 coach Kramer.