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, Spurs‘ Mauricio Pochettino that earns € 6,5m / £ 5.5m and Newcastle‘s Rafa Benitez with € 5.,1m/ £ 4.3m.