04/05/2012 05:49 BST | Updated 04/05/2012 05:54 BST

Roy Hodgson Joins The Sunday Times Managerial Rich List, With Sir Alex Ferguson In Top Spot

New England manager Roy Hodgson's worth has been estimated at £11m in The Sunday Times' 2012 Rich List.

Hodgson's exit from Liverpool in January 2011, after only 191 days in charge, is believed to have cost the Reds £3m after he had a sack clause inserted into his contract when appointed in July 2010.

Now earning a reported £2.5m per year with England after he penned a four-year deal this week, he is likely to rise up the managerial money ladder next year.

Second in the league to Manchester City, Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson however is top of the league when it comes to personal assets. His fortune now stands at £32m.

And Tottenham’s Harry Redknapp, overlooked in favour of Hodgson by the FA for the Three Lions hot seat, sits above Hodgson by one spot with £12m in the bank.

Arsenal’s Arsene Wenger is the highest paid manager in the Premier League, with a salary recently reported to be £7.5m a year, which has seen his fortune rise by £7m to £26m.


1 Sir Alex Ferguson, Manchester United £32m £27m

2 Roy Keane £29m £30m

3 Arsene Wenger, Arsenal £26m £19m

4 Giovanni Trapattoni, Republic of Ireland £20m £20m

5 Roberto Mancini, Manchester City £18m £16m

6 Sven-Göran Eriksson £16m £16m

7 Steve Bruce £14m £11m

8 Harry Redknapp, Tottenham £12m

9 Roy Hodgson, WBA/ England £11m

9= Mark Hughes, Queen’s Park Rangers £11m

11 Martin O’Neill, Sunderland £10m

11= David Moyes, Everton £10m