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Real Madrid tactician picks up the largest salary of soccer's bosses. Wenger is the most handsomely paid coach in England as Mancini is paid less than China coach Camacho.

Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho has been revealed as the highest-paid coach in world football, in a list compiled by France Football.

The former Chelsea boss picks up 14.8 million euros per year with two of his predecessors at Stamford Bridge are also included in the top ten.

Carlo Ancelotti is the second-best paid coach at Paris Saint-Germain, trousering 13.5m euros every 12 months. Guus Hiddink is the fifth-highest on the list, paid 8.6m euros a year to spearhead the Anzhi Makhachkala revolution.

Jose Mourinho (Real Madrid)
Carlo Ancelotti (PSG)
Pep Guardiola (Barcelona)
Arsene Wenger (Arsenal)
Guus Hiddink (Anzhi)
Fabio Capello (Ex-England)
Sir Alex Ferguson (Man Utd)
Dick Advocaat (Russia)
Jose Camacho (China)
Roberto Mancini (Man City)
Barcelona's success has far exceeded that at the Bernabeu in recent years but Pep Guardiola is still not as well paid as Mourinho, sitting third on the list with a salary of 9.5m euros.

Four English based coaches make the list. Arsene Wenger is the richest manager in the Premier League with, paid 9m euros a year despite Arsenal's seven-year trophy drought.

Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini is currently trying to catch neighboring rival Manchester United, and is falling behind Sir Alex Ferguson in pay stakes. The Italian pockets 5.9m euros each year compared to the 70-year-old's 8m euros.

Recently departed England boss Fabio Capello was handed 8.5m euros during his spell in charge of the Three Lions.

Two other international managers make the top ten, Russia boss Dick Advocaat is rewarded with 7m euros for his efforts while former Real Madrid coach Jose Antonio Camacho receives 6.1m euros per year as manager of the newly rich Chinese national team.

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