He moved from 14th to 4th highest paid manager in the world
Josep Maria Bartomeu's last action last summer (before he quit as president and called in new elections) was to renew Luis Enrique's contract, as well as his staff, just after winning the Triple. On June the 9th, at 5 p.m, the new contract was announced and, at 8 p.m, Bartomeu signed his resignation.
Last night, Javi Miguel explained in Catalunya Radio's Club de la Mitjanit the figures of the manager's new contract. According to Miguel, Luis Enrique Martinez went from earning a 5 million euros net income a year (which made him the 14th highest paid coach in the world) to earning a 12 million euros net income (4th in the world) and extending his connection with the club up until the year 2017. With this figure, Luis Enrique earns less money than Josep Guardiola (who will earn 25 million euros a year in Manchester City according to Bild), Carlo Ancelotti (who will replace Guardiola in Bayern with 15 million euros a season) and Jürgen Klopp (who gains 14 million euros a year in Liverpool).
With his renewal, the coach also asked for his staff to be renewed: Juan Carlos Unzué (assitant first team coach), Robert Moreno (assistant first team coach), Joan Barberà (auxiliary coach), psychologist Joanquín Valdés and fitness coach Rafa Pol. Miguel emphasised on the fact goalkeeper coach José Ramon de la Fuente was not part of what Luis Enrique considers as his staff and, as a consequence, his contract was not renewed.
Here is Javi Miguel's explanation (in catalan):