Success is expensive and thus, Jose Mourinho becomes one of the coaches who has moved the most money in transfers. Chelsea invested 6 million in their pass from Porto in 2004, when with that money something could still be done in the transfer market, and Real Madrid had to raise the offer to 8 in 2010 to change Giuseppe Meazza for the Bernabéu. Curiously, in both cities he left a Champions League before leaving and in neither of the two in which they paid for him was he able to conquer La Orejona. In short, 14 million to leave seven titles on the Bridge between the two stages and three, with the League of Records included, at the Bernabéu. Brendan Rodgers and new Leicester boomThe foxes wanted to get closer to what they were with Claudio Ranieri and thought that Brendan Rodgers had to be the chosen one. In February 2019 they paid Celtic 10.5 million and they were not wrong.ANDREW BOYERS & nbsp; (Action Images via Reuters) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>ANDREW BOYERS (Action Images via Reuters) Although clubs usually use the money for transfers in footballers, There are times when a coach is more than necessary and the leaders are mortgaged almost as much as if he were a footballer.In A Bola they collected the coaches who have moved the most money in the market, leaving the top of the ranking for an unexpected André Vilas Boas. His good stage in Porto, culminating in the achievement of the Europa League, earned him a ticket to take command of Chelsea.If it came in July, in March 2012 and after just 40 matches in office he was already out of Stamford Bridge.The Special One priceJose Mourinho is a coach who leaves his mark wherever he goes and, generally, successes. The self-imposed nickname of Special One is more than accurate because if Setúbal’s passes through a team, the fans always remember his time in his titles, his character …MATTHEW CHILDS & nbsp; (Action Images via Reuters) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>MATTHEW CHILDS (Action Images via Reuters) The Northern Irishman has not led them to win the Premier yet but has returned them to Champions League positions and for several weeks kept the Foxes behind an intractable Liverpool and above an ocean liner like Manchester City. If you leave them in Champions, the investment will already be covered.Real Madrid and Chelsea, among those who invested the mostIn this list and with a simple sum we can see that the clubs that have invested the most have been Real Madrid and Chelsea, both with the common denominator of Jose Mourinho. In this classification three coaches appear for which Real Madrid paid: the aforementioned Mourinho, Manuel Pellegrini (€ 4M to Villarreal) and Carlo Ancelotti (€ 3.8M to PSG) to make a total of 15.8 million invested in the benches.Chelsea beats Real Madrid with 21 million euros invested by adding 15 in Villas Boas plus 6 invested in Jose Mourinho. It should be noted that all those millions ended up in the coffers of Porto, an excellent negotiator when it comes to having to dispose of his best assets, be they players or coaches.Among those who have entered the most is Porto with those 21 ‘kilos’, Celtic with 10 from Rodgers and Sporting from Braga, since just a few days ago Sporting from Portugal paid their € 10 million clause to name him coach after just 13 games played with the archbishops.