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Full List: Highest paid football managers for 2016/17


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Here is the list of top 20 highest paid managers in world of football today, this is an updated list of march 2016.

Manchester City will be paying around £15 million a year salary to Pep Guardiola to take charge of City from 2016-17 season onwards.

Highest Paid Football Managers In 2016-17 Season
1 Pep Guardiola(New) Manchester City £15m (3 year deal set to start in 2016-17 season
2 Jose Mourinho(new) Manchester United £13.8m (3 year deal with option to extend to fourth year)
3 Carlo Ancelotti(new) Bayern Munich £9m (signed a 3 year deal to remain at Bayern till 2019)
4 Arsene Wenger  Arsenal £8.30m (signed a 3 year deal in May 2014)
5 Zinedine Zidane Real Madrid £8m (2 and half year deal)
6 Jurgen Klopp Liverpool £7m (3 year deal)
7 Antonio Conte(new) Chelsea £6.5m (3 year deal from 2016-17 season)
8 Luis Enrique FC Barcelona £7m
9 Mauricio Pochettino (new deal) Tottenham £5.5m (signed 5 year extension till 2021 season)
10 Unai Emery (new) PSG £5.65m
11 Ronald Koeman Everton £6m (signed a 3 year deal)
12 Rafael Benitez Newcastle United £4.5m (signed a three year deal after newcastle were relegated)
13 Diego Simone Atletico Madrid £4.4m (signed a new three year deal back in summer 2015)
14 Massimiliano Allegri Juventus £3.50m
15 Sam Allerdyce(new) England £3.50m
16 Frank De Boer(new) Inter Milan £3.20m
17 Claudio Ranieri Leicester City £3m (signed a improved deal in 2016. £5m bonus for League win)
18 Slaven Bilic West Ham United £2.95m
19 Joachim Low  Germany £2.80m
20 Tite Brazil £2.5m
21 Walter Mazzarri Watford £2.5m
22 Alan Pardew Benfica £2m
23 Vincenzo Montella AC Milan £1.8m
24 Rui Vitória Benfica £1.5m


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