Managers plays the important role for any team, they are the one who had to answer the question if team is not giving results according to board and fans exceptions. Some clubs take actions so early once the team start losing matches with next few fixtures they sack the managers, so its pretty difficult to understand what pressure football managers went through.
|Manager||Salary||Weekly Wages||Team||Contract Period|
|Pep Guardiola||£15 Million||£250,000||Manchester City||2017-19|
|Jose Mourinho||£13.8 Million||£250,000||Manchester United||2017-19|
|Arsene Wenger||£8.5 Million||£160,000||Arsenal||2017-19|
|Jurgen Klopp||£7 Million||£135,000||Liverpool||2017-19|
|Antonio Conte||£6.5 Million||£173,000||Chelsea||2017-19|
|Mauricio Pochettino||£5.5 Million||£105,000||Tottenham||2017-21|
|Sam Allardyce||£3 Million||£80,000||Everton||2017-19|
|Rafael Benítez||£4 Million||£95,000||New Castle United||2017-19|
|Roy Hodgson||£3 Million||£58,000||Crystal Palace||2017-20|
|David Moyes||£2.2 Million||£58,000||West Ham United||2017-18|
|Mark Hughes||£2.2 Million||£50,000||Stoke City||2017-19|
|Michael Appleton||£2 Million||£51,000||Leicester City||2017-19|
|Alan Pardew||£2 Million||£48,000||West Brom||2017-19|
|Mauricio Pellegrino||£1.85 Million||£44,000||Southampton||2017-19|
|Paul Clement||£1.5 Million||£40,000||Swansea City||2017-19|
|David Wagner||£750,000||£32,500||Huddersfield Town||2017-19|
|Sean Dyche||£600,000||£30,000||Burnley FC||2017-19|
|Chris Hughton||£525,000||£25,000||Brighton & Hove Albion||2017-19|
|Eddie Howe||£500,000||£25,000||AFC Bournemouth||2017-19|
Pep Guardiola: Contract Salary (£15 Million): Manchester City:
Pep Guardiola after leaving Bayern Munich, in 2016 joins Manchester City as their new manager. Under his management Manchester City finished on 3rd place in Premier league season (2016–17). There is no major title so far won by him as City manager. He is currently world highest paid football manager.
Jose Mourinho: Contract Salary (£13.8 Million): Manchester United:
Manchester United signed (Jose Mourinho) as their new manager, he later become the chose one for the club he bring some new players and make the team attacking and midfield strong. In season 2016-17 Manchester United won (League Cup and Europa League).
Arsene Wenger: Contract Salary (£8.5 Million): Arsenal:
Arsene Wenger is doing manager job for Arsenal since 1996, under his management club has won number of Premier League titles, FA Cup titles, League Cup titles. After 2004, Arsenal did not win a single premier league title under his management. The team reach the final of Champions League but suffer defeat. In 2017, Arsenal only wins (FA Cup title and FA Community shield) defeating Chelsea in both competition.
Jurgen Klopp: Contract Salary (£7 Million): Liverpool:
Jurgen Klopp brings a new hope to Liverpool management, Liverpool qualified for the champions league after finishing on 4th place in Premier league season 2016-17. He is hopeful to bring trophies to the club with a start of new season.
Antonio Conte: Contract Salary (£6.5 Million): Chelsea:
Antonio Conte become the new coach of Chelsea in 2016. Under his management Chelsea become premier league champions. Antonio Conte hopeful to get more trophies with start of the new season in Premier League and Champions League.
Mauricio Pochettino: Contract Salary (£5.5 Million): Tottenham:
Tottenham gets best results after Mauricio Pochettino holds the job of club manager. The team finished at 2nd place in Premier League. Tottenham lost the premier league title race with 7 points difference. Pochettino sign more players to strengthen the squad.
The 5 Most Earning Managers in Premier League 2018:
In Premier league, from last few years there are couple of big changes we have seen in the managers. Manchester United changed two managers (David Moyes and Louis Van Gaal) after Sir Alex Ferguson retired from football. Jose Mourinho is currently managing the team who is well aware of the fans exceptions. Manchester City signed most expensive manager deal with Pep Guardiola so they will get themselves on the top of Premier league table.