Tottenham new boss, Jose Mourinho is now the second highest-paid manager in world football after becoming Tottenham’s new manager on a reported £15m-a-year contract.
Mourinho’s staggering salary puts him behind only Manchester City boss Guardiola, who is said to be on £20m a year.
Mourinho, who has signed a three-and-a-half year contract, will reportedly earn double what his predecessor Mauricio Pochettino was on.
Third behind Mourinho is not Klopp or Zidane, but Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone, whose contract until 2022 pockets him £13m a year.
Two of the next big earners are from the high-paying Chinese Super League, with former Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez on £11.5m with Dalian Yifang, and Fabio Cannavaro paid £10m per year by Guangzhou Evergrande.
Zidane is joint fifth on the same as Cannavaro as he plots to return Real Madrid to the top of European football.
Antonio Conte is seventh, having joined Inter Milan in the summer on a £9m deal.
Paris-Saint Germain boss Thomas Tuchel and Barcelona chief Ernesto Valverde are in joint eighth place on £8m.
Klopp completes the top 10 on £7m-a-year deal.