Top 10 breakaway packages for a manager including Mourinho and Conte with Solskjaer set for £7.5m if Man United swing an ax

Manchester United will have to pay Ole Gunnar Solskjaer £7.5m if they sack him.

But that wouldn’t put Norwegian in the top ten list of the biggest administrative takedown packages ever.

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is fighting for his job at Man Utd

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is fighting for his job at Man Utdcredit: PA

SunSport exclusively revealed that he will have to take a full year’s salary if he is fired less than half way through the season.

The pressure on Solskjaer reached a fever pitch after the shocking 5-0 defeat at home to Liverpool.

The 41-year-old has been told his job is “safe for the time being” but Saturday’s game against Tottenham is certainly a must for the beleaguered coach.

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And one club in London appears five times on the list – costly to the few Russian billionaires.

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1. Antonio Conte (Chelsea, 2018) – 26.2 million pounds

The fallout with players such as Eden Hazard and Diego Costa was leading to Conte getting into trouble with the fans.

The Italian won the Premier League and the FA Cup in his first season but finished fifth and out of the decisive spots in the Champions League in the second season.

Antonio Conte tasted success at Chelsea - but he's still fired

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Antonio Conte tasted success at Chelsea – but he’s still firedCredit: PA: Impex Sport

2. Jose Mourinho (Manchester United, 2018) – £19.6 million

Serial winner – but United fans would never accept that the former Chelsea boss was in charge.

His style of football has left many disappointed at Old Trafford – but some may now bring him back.

Manchester United fans did not deal with Jose Mourinho

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Manchester United fans did not deal with Jose MourinhoCredit: PA: Press Association

3. Jose Mourinho (Chelsea, 2007) – £18 million

The Special One left Stamford Bridge after three years on his contract in 2007 – which means a healthy bonus.

Several players were said to have been left in tears upon his exit – he won the Premier League in his first two seasons in charge.

Become Mourinho

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Mourinho becomes ‘The Special One’ after an amazing start at Chelsea for the first timeCredit: AFP

4. Laurent Blanc (Paris Saint-Germain, 2016) – 17 million pounds

Even France legend Laurent Blanc couldn’t beat what appeared to be a poisoned trophy at Paris Saint-Germain.

Behind him is Unai Emery – who had an even more miserable time at the helm before moving to Arsenal, and yet another disappointment.

Laurent Blanc failed to convince Paris Saint-Germain owners of this

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Laurent Blanc failed to convince the owners of Paris Saint-Germain of thisCredit: AFP or licensors

5. Luis Felipe Scolari (Chelsea, 2009) – 13.6 million pounds

Blues fans must have been excited when the World Cup winner came in Brazil.

But seven months later, seven points behind leaders Manchester United and fourth, Scolari walked out the door and Guus Hiddink was brought in.

Luis Felipe Scolari seemed to be fighting a losing battle from the start

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Luis Felipe Scolari seemed to be fighting a losing battle from the startCredit: AFP – Getty

6. Fabio Capello (Russia, 2015) – 13.4 million pounds

It was always possible that there was a lot of money on the table when the Russian Federation decided to sign the legendary Capello for the job.

But he failed to win a World Cup match in Brazil and was dumped when the European Championship campaign started poorly.

Fabio Capello has had some decent success in his career - Russia wasn't one of them

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Fabio Capello has had some decent success in his career – Russia wasn’t one of them

7- Mauricio Pochettino (Tottenham Hotspur 2019) – 12.5 million pounds

At the time, Poch seemed to be struggling with the team trailing in 14th place.

But for the past five years, he’s been working on a project – many Spurs fans would have liked now, he’s been allowed to continue.

Tottenham fans may wish Mauricio Pochettino had never been sacked

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Tottenham fans may wish Mauricio Pochettino had never been sackedCredit: AFP

8. Andre Villas-Boas (Chelsea, 2012): £12m

Chelsea fans probably thought they would get the ‘next Mourinho’ when Villas Boa was appointed in 2008.

But only a string of three Premier League wins in the last 12 games has seen the former Porto coach ousted.

Andre Villas-Boas came up with high expectations at Chelsea - but it was a wet cheat

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Andre Villas-Boas came up with high expectations at Chelsea – but it was a wet cheatCredit: Associated Press

9. Roberto Di Matteo (Chelsea, 2012) – 10.7 million pounds

The club’s playing legend, Di Matteo led Chelsea to double victories in the Champions League and FA Cup.

This saw the interim coach awarded a two-year contract – but a 3-0 defeat to Juventus in the competition they were defending had him sent off.

Roberto Di Matteo won the Champions League and FA Cup double with the Blues - but was sacked the following season

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Roberto Di Matteo won the Champions League and FA Cup double with the Blues – but was sacked the following seasonCredit: PA: Press Association

10. Ronald Koeman (Barcelona, ​​2021) – £10m

No one would be surprised to see Barcelona sack Koeman.

The club is a shadow of their former selves – Messi was replaced at the front by Martin Braithwaite. That left them in ninth place in the League and Coman in the back.

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Antonio Conte is the number one runner if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is sacked by Manchester United



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