Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has earned £ 26million in three years at the helm of Manchester United, which equates to £ 286,000 for every Premier League win the club has won.
After a miserable form, Manchester United released Solskjaer from his post earlier this week, receiving a payment of £ 5.8million as he exited Old Trafford gate.
The Norwegian has amassed a fortune after three years at the helm thanks to his huge contracts at Old Trafford, with his final deal worth £ 9million a year, which equates to an astounding £ 24,658 a day .
Solskjaer managed the club for 1,068 days which means he won a total of £ 26,334,247 throughout his stay, £ 156,751 per game and £ 286,000 per win.
His bank account filled the spot in third place in terms of total money earned behind Jose Mourinho who is at number one on the list, racking up £ 97,674,480 through wages between jobs at Chelsea, Manchester United and Tottenham over the course of over the past 10 years.
Despite only being sacked by Spurs, Mauricio Pochettino has moved up to second on the list thanks to a long stay at the north London club with a hefty salary of £ 23,288 a day.
In charge of 1,967 days, he totaled £ 45,806,849, less than 50% of what Mourinho earned.
Italian mastermind Antonio Conte brought the league to Chelsea and left soon after, but he still sits in fourth place while Harry Redknapp is fifth due to his stints at QPR and Spurs earning £ 20,395,803 in the during both terms.
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