Top 10 Highest Spending Managers Of The Last Decade

Top 10 Highest Spending Managers Of The Last Decade

Highest Spending Managers Of The Last Decade – Top 10

Which managers makes the list of the Highest Spending Managers Of The Last Decade? Well if you don’t know yet then worry not because we have prepared a list of the Top 10 Highest Spending Managers Of The Last Decade. Big managers in the world of football are known to spend a lot of money while strengthening the squad as they bring in the most talented players in the world to the team and by that they gain popularity and become one of the best in the world.

Here in this list we look at the managers to have spent the most money on transfers for the last decade.

Top Ten Managers Who Have Spent The Most in The Last Decade

Here are the Top 10 Highest Spending Managers Of The Last Decade

10. Unai Emery – £634.23m

Top 10 Highest Spending Managers Of The Last Decade

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Emery has bought a host of expensive players, notably the record-breaking Neymar deal to Paris Saint-Germain while at the club. He brought Nicolas Pepe from Lille, David Luiz, and Kieran Tierney, but has conducted other businesses at PSG, Sevilla, and Valencia.

At the moment, he is without a job after getting sacked by Arsenal.

9. Rafael Benitez – £677.42m

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Benitez has had a successful coaching career moving from Liverpool, to Chelsea, to Real Madrid, Newcastle just to name but a few. Key players he bought during his coaching years were Fernando Torres and Gonzalo Higuain.

8. Claudio Ranieri – £720.93m

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Many will remember his time at Leicester City when he led them to a surprise Premier League crown. He has however made signings before at top clubs including Chelsea and Monaco, with other not-so-expensive players forming a huge bit of his total expenditure.

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