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Most football fanatic sincerely can't wait for 2016/2017 season to kick-off understandably in Europe where football is @ it Zenith.... However, various clubs already tighten their belt to hire and fire managers for a prospect in coming season.
Here on this thread are highlight of how much various clubs in Europe particularly had spree money to bring top most manager in their kingdom...

Number 10. Roberto Mancini - Inter Milan
- 4.3million

Now in his second spell at Inter Milan, the former
Manchester City manager took the Nerazzurri to a
fourth place finish in Serie A in 2015-16 - but they
were 13 points off the Champions League places.
(18:31) Fri, 27 May 16
Number 1= Jose Mourinho - Manchester
United - 15million

The Special One has been handed the job of
restoring United to the top of the English game, after
three years of poor run of managers at Old Trafford which Mourinho himself says he would "prefer to forget."
(18:45) Fri, 27 May 16
Number 1 = Pep Guardiola - Manchester
City - 15million

Having won league titles in six of his seven seasons
as a manager, as well as two Champions League
crowns, the Manchester City hierarchy are banking
on the Spaniard leading them to greater heights than
ever before.
(18:43) Fri, 27 May 16
Number 3. Carlo Ancelotti - Bayern
Munich - 11million

An experienced hand, the Italian has won league
titles in Italy, England and France, as well as three
Champions League titles. Replaces Pep Guardiola at
Bayern Munich this summer.
(18:42) Fri, 27 May 16
Number 4. Arsene Wenger - Arsenal -

After 20 years in charge the Frenchman continues in
his role at Arsenal, despite some fan protests recently to resign. Hasn't won the Premier League since 2004, but has never finished below Tottenham... Will you consider that an achievement?
(18:41) Fri, 27 May 16
Number 5. Zinedine Zidane - Real Madrid -

A former Galactico at the Santiago Bernabeu, the
French legend has ascended from coach of Los
Blancos' second string to being Florentino Perez's
pick to replace Rafa Benitez prior to Christmas. Will
hope to land his first major managerial honour and
Real Madrid's 11th European Cup on Saturday 28th May 2016.
(18:39) Fri, 27 May 16
Number 6. Jurgen Klopp - Liverpool -

The former Borussia Dortmund boss replaced
Brendan Rodgers at Anfield in October and led the
Reds to two cup finals in 2015-16. Is set to reshape
his squad this summer, and they're expected to
challenge for a top four spot next term.
(18:37) Fri, 27 May 16
Number 7. Luis Enrique - Barcelona -

The Spaniard returned to Barcelona in 2014 to
replace Gerardo Martino, and has since claimed
seven trophies - including back-to-back La Liga
triumphs - in his two years at the Camp Nou helm.
(18:36) Fri, 27 May 16
Number 8. Antonio Conte - Chelsea -

The Italian won three successive Serie A titles with
Juventus before departing to take charge of Italy in
2014. Will leave the Azzurri for Chelsea after the
European Championships 2016.
(18:35) Fri, 27 May 16
Number 9. Mauricio Pochettino -
Tottenham - 5.5million

The Argentine coach signed a new deal at White Hart
Lane earlier May 2016, after a third-place finish in
the Premier League secured Champions League
football next season. 2016/2017
(18:32) Fri, 27 May 16