Jose Mourinho, Arsene Wenger and 8 of the world’s highest paid managers – See How much they earn

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Following the announcement the record breaking deal by Shangai SIPG to sign former Chelsea coach Andres Villas Boas as the new coach, we take a look at the highest paid tacticians in world football. 

Managers important people at any football club and they are the ones who come under fire when team don’t live up to the expectations.

Despite that, clubs pay top dollar for the best in the business. Premier League clubs pay the most for coaches and its no surpise given the abundance of wealth in the English Premier League.

Take a look at the highest paid managers  in world football;

1. Pep Guardiola – Manchester City – £15m (3 year deal)

Pep GuardiolaPep Guardiola

2. Jose Mourinho – Manchester United – £13.8m (3 year deal with option to extend to fourth year)

Jose MourinhoJose Mourinho

3. Andre Villas Boas – Shanghai SIPG – £11M-A-YEAR

Andre Villas-Boas has taken charge of Shanghai SIPG after the sacking of Sven-Goran ErikssonAndre Villas-Boas has taken charge of Shanghai SIPG after the sacking of Sven-Goran Eriksson

4. Carlo Ancelotti – Bayern Munich – £9m (signed a 3 year deal to remain at Bayern till 2019)

Ancelotti is Bayern Munich coach

Ancelotti is Bayern Munich coach

5. Arsene Wenger – Arsenal – £8.30m (signed a 3 year deal in May 2014)

Arsene WengerArsene Wenger

6. Zinedine Zidane – Real Madrid – £8m (2 and half year deal)

Zidane's side won UEFA Champions League 2016

Zidane’s side won UEFA Champions League 2016

7. Jurgen Klopp – Liverpool – £7m (3 year deal)

Jurgen KloppJurgen Klopp led Liverpool to the English League Cup and Europa League final last season

8. Antonio Conte – Chelsea – £6.5m (3 year deal from 2016-17 season)

Antonio ConteAntonio Conte was brought in to steady the ship at Chelsea which he is doing right

9. Luis Enrique – FC Barcelona – £7m

Luis Enrique Luis Enrique

10. Ronald Keoman – Everton – £6m

Ronald Koeman is a Dutchman and will be expected to resuscitate the team 'anyhow' he can

Dutchman Koeman took over from Roberto Martinez as Everton head coach