5) Brendan Rodgers, Leicester
Brendan Rodgers has enjoyed much success with Leicester and committed his long-term future to the Foxes in December 2019 by signing a deal until 2025.
The bumper deal is understood to have doubled Rodgers’ wages, taking his earnings from £5m per year to an annual wage of £10m.
4) Carlo Ancelotti, Everton
It is unsurprising that a former Real Madrid manager earns one of the highest salaries in the league.
Sportekz claim Carlo Ancelotti’s salary is £11m per annum, while the Sun have reported Ancelotti’s deal is worth up to £14m over the course of a season.
His current deal expires in 2024, but the Italian revealed in February that he is keen to stay at Goodison Park.
3) Jose Mourinho, Tottenham
While he is regarded as a top manager, Mourinho was also appointed by Spurs because of his box-office appeal.
That is reflected in his wages, with the Daily Mail claiming the Portuguese boss earns a £15million-a-year, with a huge weekly wage of a £313,000.
2) Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool
Klopp led Liverpool to the Champions League and Premier League titles in successive seasons and that success was rewarded in his latest contract.
The deal he signed in December 2019 will see him stay at Anfield until 2024, earning £16m annually in the process.
1) Pep Guardiola, Manchester City
Manchester City boss Guardiola signed a two-year contract extension in November 2020, which will see him stay at the Etihad for longer than any of his previous clubs.
The Catalan is reported to earn at least £20m per year, which places him far ahead of any of his Premier League rivals in the wage standings.