List of the Richest Football Coach and Manager (Most expensive) in the World – A study conducted by the site Futebolfinance revealed that Real Madrid coach, Jose Mourinho, the coach who paid the most expensive in the world, reports Sportinformations. Portugal coach is rumored to have an income of 10 million Euro (Rp120 billion) per year. The Special One has managed to bring FC Porto and Inter Milan won the Champions League, and led Madrid to the league title in his second season. And this season, Mourinho is also likely to usher in Madrid success in Europe after a while it managed to bring Madrid to the phase of the Champions League quarterfinals in 2012.
Based on these results, the Barcelona coach, Pep Guardiola and coach Guus Hiddink’s Dutch veteran was in a position after Mourinho, with 7.5 million Euro revenue (90 billion) per year.
Mourinho and Guardiola is believed to be the target of Chelsea boss Roman Abramovich is looking for a replacement for Andre Villas-Boas.
Meanwhile, Manchester City coach, Roberto Mancini was investigated as a coach in the Premier League’s most expensive, for a fee of six million euros (Rp72 billion) per year.
Former Chelsea manager who now trains club Paris St. Germain, Carlo Ancelotti is at number five. While Sir Alex Ferguson, Kenny Dalglish, Arsene Wenger and Harry Redknapp was in the top ten list of most expensive coach.
With the resignation of manager Fabio Capello, the England national team, the Swiss coach, Ottmar Hitzfeld to coach the most expensive in the world. According to the research, Ottmar Hitzfeld recorded income of 2.6 million Euro (Rp31 billion) per year.
Although his salary was in the order of ‘favorable’ to-19 in the world, the German veteran club led the state failed to advance to the adoption of the Euro 2012 finals next summer in Poland and Ukraine.
World Cup champion coach, Vicente Del Bosque is located at number 22 on the list.
Here are the top ten coaches name on the list with the highest salaries, according to research futebolfinance dot com:
Jose Mourinho (Real Madrid): 10 million Euro (Rp120 billion) Pep Guardiola (Barcelona): 7.5 million euros (90 billion) Guus Hiddink (Anzhi Makhachkala): 7.5 million euros (90 billion) Roberto Mancini (Manchester City ): 6 million Euro (Rp72 billion) Carlo Ancelotti (Paris Saint-Germain): 5.9 million Euro (Rp71 billion) Jupp Heynckes (Bayern Munich): 5 million euros (Rp60 billion) Sir Alex Ferguson (Manchester United): 4 , 8 million euros (Rp58 billion) Kenny Dalglish (Liverpool): 4.8 million Euro (Rp58 billion) Arsene Wenger (Arsenal): 4.7 million Euro (Rp56 billion) Harry Redknapp (Tottenham Hotspur): 4.7 million Euro (Rp56 billion)