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Revealed: World's highest paid football managers - how much does Pep and Jose earn?

Published 02/08/2016

20. Claudio Ranieri earns £4million per year
20. Claudio Ranieri earns £4million per year
19: Roma coach Luciano Spalletti earns £4million each year
18: Mircea Lucescu head coach of Zenit St. Petersberg earns £4million per year
17: Juventus Head Coach Massimiliano Allegri earns £4million per year
16: Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino earns £4.5million
15: Borussia Dortmund head coach Thomas Tuchel earns £5million each year
14: Inter Milan manager Roberto Mancini earns £5million per annun
13: Newcastle manager Rafael Benitez is paid £5million each year
12: In-demand PSG manager Unai Emery is said to earn £5million each year
11: Sporting coach Jorge Jesus is paid £5million per year
10: Diego Simeone has committed to Atletico Madrid until 2020 and is said to earn £6million each year
9: New Everton manager Ronald Koeman earns £7million per year
8: Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is paid £7.8million every year
7: Jurgen Klopp is happy with the transfer set-up at Liverpool and earns £8.5million per year
6: Luis Enrique celebrating victory is paid £8.5million per year
5: Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane earns £9.5million per annun
4: Arsenal's French boss Arsene Wenger earns £10.5million each year
3: Jose Mourinho, Manchester United's manger is paid £14.5million per year
2: Carlo Ancelotti, who has won the Champions League three times as a manager, and current Bayern Munich manager is paid £15million every year.
1: Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is the highest paid coach earning £18million a year.

Research carried out by Finance Football revealed that Pep Guardiola is among the top 20 highest paid football coaches in the world. But does he earn more than Manchester United's Jose Mourinho?

Jose Mourinho, 'The Special One' and the new coach of City's rivals Manchester United is up there with the top earners but who beats him to the post?

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