Manuel Luis Pellegrini Ripamonti was born on 16 September 1953 in Santiago, Chile. He is a known former Chilean football player who is currently the manager of Manchester City. On July 1, 2004, he began his career Pellegrini coached in Spain with Villarreal. He was recruited from the Argentine club, River Plate.
From July 1, 2004, until May 31, 2009, his pretty successful in lifting the prestige of the club’s neighbours Valencia CF. Among the Intertoto Cup title in 2004 and the UEFA Champions League semi-final in the 2005-06 season and the quarterfinals in his final season, 2008-09. His position at Villarreal later replaced by Ernesto Valverde.
On June 2, 2009, he was appointed as a coach of Real Madrid by President Florentino Perez to replace Juande Ramos. A few days after the Real bring Kaka from AC Milan because Pellegrini says when “If we want to win the Champions League and be the best team in the world, then we need the best players of the world”.
Pellegrini was sacked on May 27, 2010, for not being able to perform despite the many stars of the world are imported. However, historically, the man was able to lead the Chilean Los Blancos squad with 96 points (the highest club history) and scored 102 goals.
Later, he joined as the coach for Manchester City on 30 May 2013. He successfully helps the Citizen won the Premier League trophy in May 2014.
|Birthdate||September 16, 1953|
|Source of Wealth||Football Manager, Coach|
|Net Worth||$21 Million|
How much is Manuel Pellegrini Net Worth?
Pellegrini had earned a hefty amount of money from football. Manuel Pellegrini net worth is $20 million. He was appointed 2-3 times as a coach for various teams.
Manuel Pellegrini salary is $5 million to coach a team, due to which his net worth has increased.