Roy Hodgson's predecessor Fabio Capello is the highest paid manager at this years World Cup, according to the Daily Mail.
Only three nations from outside Europe make up the top 10
The England manager is second on the list earning almost half less than Fabio Capello, who takes home almost £7 million a year.
Three Lions Group D rivals Italy are one behind in third, whilst Uruagury in 17th and Costa Rica 26th.
World Cup winning manager Vincente Del Bosque is 7th on the list, taking home a fraction less than Germany Jochim Low.
Only three nations from outside Europe make up the top 10.
Manger of the hosts, Luis Felipe Scolari, is the highest paid manager outside of Europe reportedly being paid close to £2.4 million.
At the other end of the table Mexico's Miguel Herrera is being paid the least of all 32 managers at the competition.
Herrera reportedly earns £125,000 which is around one 53rd of Capello's wage.
The Mail cites that Croation manager Niko Kovac earnings is the closest to the people he represents, only taking home 19 times more the average Croatian.
Ivory Coasts Sabri Lamouchi is the most out of touch, earning 795 times more the average Ivorian.
All managerial salaries add up £39.1 million with the average magaerial salary at this years tournament being £1.2 million.
Out of the 32 nations competing in this years World Cup,18 will be managed by those of the same nationality of the countries they are representing.
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