Arsenal have been reported by the Sunsport to be in a serious consideration of giving Arteta a new contract. The whole process is believed to be starting in the coming summer.
And rumours had it that Gunners owner, Stan Kroenke is ready to continue with Arteta and grant him a three year deal. The former Pep Guardiola's number two at the Etihad Stadium is currently on £5m yearly wages.
The same publication clarify that Mikel is set for pay upgrade to £8.3m per year. In which now the report is taking a look into where he ranks against the Premier league's other managers.
According to the report Manchester City boss Pep at the moment his the highest earning manager. With a whooping £19m yearly salary. In which his followed by Liverpool's Germany tactician Klopp with £16m in his pockets each year.
The newly appointed Tottenham gaffer Conte will as well come third with £15m so is Leicester City man in 4th with £10m salary. Then definitely Arteta follow in that order with £8.3m and down in that line United as well are paying Ralf Rangnick £8m.
Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa with £8m and a surprise manager from the Chelsea dugout. Is at a very strange 8th position with £7m wages per year. In a top ten list Ralph at Southampton follows in 9th in the ranking with £6m. While new Everton and England tactician, Lampard with £5m per year salary.
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