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Spanish website Sport.es released the table of the ten most paid managers in the world.

Manchester leads, with City boss Pep Guardiola being on the top of this special league with € 19m/£ 15.8 per year.

United‘s new manager José Mourinho is second with € 16.5m/ £ 13.8m per year, while Bayern Munich new head coach Carlo Ancelotti earns € 10.5m/ £ 8.7m per year.

On the fourth place Arsenal‘s long time boss Arsene Wenger with € 10m/ £ 8.3m, then Real Madrid’s Zinedine Zidane with € 9.5m/ £ 8m.

Liverpool‘s Jurgen Klopp is sixth with € 8,3m/ £ 7m, Chelsea‘s Antonio Conte follows with € 7,8m/ £ 6.5m.

The last three of this special rich table are Barcelona boss Luis Enrique with € 7m/ £ 5.8m, SpursMauricio Pochettino that earns € 6,5m / £ 5.5m and Newcastle‘s Rafa Benitez with € 5.,1m/ £ 4.3m.

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Everton are keen to offer a huge salary improvement to Chelsea target Romelu Lukaku to convince him to stay at Goodison Park.

New boss Ronald Koeman is not convinced in off-loading the Belgian striker, that he considers very important for his squad, and the Toffees are are prepared to offer him a new deal said to be worth over £100,000 a week.

Should Lukaku leave Everton, Chelsea will have to challenge Juventus to sign him, since the Italian club targeted him too.

Diego Costa © Francesca Ceciarini

The Daily Mirror reports that Chelsea striker Diego Costa has received three offers from Chinese Super League.

The 27-year-old is reportedly eager to follow his ex team mate Ramires -who moved to Jiangsu Sunsing last January for an incredible £25m fee- as some clubs are reportedly offering £250,000-per-week salary for the Spaniard.

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It’s no mistery Paul Pogba has been a Chelsea target since last summer.

Now, with the new transfer window approaching, rumours of him moving to Stamford Bridge are increasing, but the Blues will have to challenge with Manchester City to sign the Juventus star.

The French midfielder, 23, got a great potential and the Italian club demands at least £85m to sell him.

But now it seems also Pogba put his conditions to next club that is going to sign him: his request is a £ 300,000 per week contract.

A huge wage that would make him the highest paid played in English football history.

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After his transfers to Leicester City and Newcastle both failed in the last January transfer window, Chelsea striker Loïc Rémy can be ready to move to China: in fact Shanghai Shenhua just submitted a £10m offer to the Blues for him.

Remy, whose contract with Chelsea expires in June 2018, might be tempted by the huge salary raise the Chinese club are ready to offer to him: at the moment  the French forward is earning £4.5m

The Chinese football market is open until 26 February.

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FC Porto president Jorge Nuno Pinto da Costa has decided to respond to Jose Mourinho’s allegations, about the level of Iker Casillas’ wages.

A few weeks ago Jose Mourinho has criticized Porto’s transfer policy. The Special One has criticised especially  the size of the salary being paid to former Real Madrid player. According to Mourinho, the Portuguese club have offered Casillas, too high amount of money.

That is why today, Porto president has decided to respond to Mourinho’s allegations. He revealed that Porto are paying less than a third of Casillas’ wages from Real Madrid.

Pinto da Costa told Goal :

“For us, the Casillas deal was highly attractive in terms of costs, he’s still considered one of the best in the world and has one of the best resumes around,”

“At 34 years of age he still has three of four seasons left at the highest level. I wonder if any club in the world would turn down the chance to sign Casillas for wages equivalent to two of our outgoing loanees, Andres Fernandez and Fabiano.”

“I chose it was better to sign Casillas. Mourinho inconceivably made fun of the Casillas deal, but he’s shot himself in the foot as Porto are paying less than a third of his salary – Madrid pay the rest.”

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Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho © Francesca Ceciarini

Chelsea manager José Mourinho is the best paid manager in the football world.

The Portuguese coach earned £13.2million in salary and sponsorship deals in 2014, £1.8m more than his nearest competitor, Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti, who won the Champions League with the Merengues.

The last spot on the podium is for Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola, with 11.2million banked in the last year.

After him we find Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger with  £8.3m in 2014, while Manchester United’s Louis van Gaal is fifth with £7.3m.

Former Tottenham and Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas also features in the top 10. The Zenit St Petersburg boss made a cool £6.25m in 2014.

Ex Man United boss David Moyes is in the top ten with 5.1m £ banked from a club like Real Sociedad.

Man City boss Manuel Pellegrini is just 18th in this very particular table, with “only” 3.8m £ earned in 2014, despite winning the Premier League and the League Cup.

 

Top 20 highest-paid managers

1 Jose Mourinho (Chelsea) – £13.2m

2 Carlo Ancelotti (Real Madrid) – £11.4m

3 Pep Guardiola (Bayern Munich) – £11.2m

4 Arsene Wenger (Arsenal) – £8.3m

5 Louis van Gaal (Manchester United) – £7.3m

6 Fabio Capello (Russia) – £6.6m

7 Andre Villas-Boas (Zenit St Petersburg) – £6.25m

8 Sven-Goran Eriksson (Shanghai) – £5.9m

9 Jurgen Klopp (Borussia Dortmund) – £5.3m

10 Laurent Blanc (Paris Saint-Germain) – £5.1m

10 David Moyes (Real Sociedad) – £5.1m

10 Rafael Benitez (Napoli) – £5.1m

13 Walter Mazzarri – £5m

14 Roberto Di Matteo (Schalke) – £4.4m

15 Luciano Spalletti – £4m

15 Luis Enrique (Barcelona) – £4m

17 Antonio Conte (Italy) – £3.9m

18 Manuel Pellegrini (Manchester City) – £3.8m

19 Brendan Rodgers (Liverpool) – £3.6m

20 Roberto Mancini (Inter Milan) – £3.5m

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