Born in Santiago, Chile on September 16, 1953. Chilean football manager and former soccer player, who is current manager of English club Manchester City, Manuel Pellegrini has an estimated net worth of $25 million. He was a college graduate majoring in civil engineering at Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. He made his debut career as a soccer player at Audax Italiano as part of the club’s youth division. Later on, he became a defender at the Club Universidad de Chile where he helped claim the Copa Libertadores in 1980. Four years later, he decided to leave football field and the club as a player but served as a coach instead in 1988. Despite his mediocre management of the Club Universidad de Chile, he was recognized and acclaimed for his position as Palestino’s manager from 1990 to 1992. He then joined O’Higgins and remained there for a year before moving to Argentine club, San Lorenzo de Almagro and becoming the club’s manager in 2001. There, he led the squad to claim their debut international title at Copa Mercosur. He also served as a manager for other clubs and teams such as Universidad Catolica, LDU Quito, River Plate, Villarreal, Real Madrid, Malaga, and Manchester City. He tied the knot with his wife Carola Pucci and the couple is blessed with three children.