From Pep Guardiola’s one of a kind watch to David Wagner’s bargain buy, here’s the timepieces picked by the Premier League bosses

The managers stole the show as they flaunted their watches on the sidelines, ranging from Pep Guardiola's one of a kind timepiece to David Wagner's bargain buy.

Pep Guardiola

Guardiola clearly treated himself after Manchester City's heroics last season.

The Blues boss turned up to the Emirates donning a special edition Richard Mille RM 004 All Gray.

It is listed without a price and it is understood that it is the only one of its kind.

Similar Richard Mille watches have been valued above £150,000.

Jose Mourinho

The Special One turned heads on Friday night with his Hublot Big Bang Unico 45mm Automatic Chronograph Magic Gold watch.

Mourinho would have had to fork out around £15,909 for the accessory.

It is a ceramic gold colour and sapphire glass has been used to complete the look.

He paired the timepiece with a black suit and white shirt for the Premier League opener.

Mauricio Pochettino

No expense was spared when the Tottenham boss went watch shopping.

Pochettino sported the Aquatimer Chronograph edition "Expedition Charles Darwin" watch on Saturday.

The sleek accessory retails at around £7,352.

Maurizio Sarri

Sarri kept his look casual with a Chelsea t-shirt and a Panerai Luminor Power Reserve watch.

The stainless steel watch with a black rubber strap comes with a £6,000 price-tag.

It has luminous watch hands which will allow the new Chelsea chief to work late into the night.

Nuno Espirito Santo

Nuno sported an instantly recognisable Tag Heuer watch at the Molineux on Saturday.

The immaculate silver finish combined with the bright blue face makes this timepiece stand out from the crowd.

It is retailed online for £1,250.

Roy Hodgson

Crystal Palace boss Hodgson wore a very similar to watch Mourinho.

The ex-England chief arrived on Saturday wearing the Hublot Big Bang Gold Ceramic watch.

It has a bold black strap and gold detailing – which explains the retail price of £25,200.

Slavisa Jokanovic

The Premier League watch collection would not be complete without a Rolex.

Jokanovic wore the Rolex Explorer II model for Fulham's match this weekend.

It comes with a bold white dial and the classic oyster styled strap – which is described as robust and comfortable.

The flashy watch is retailed at £5,950.

Eddie Howe

Howe had technology on his side for Saturday's 2-0 win over Cardiff City.

The Bournemouth boss donned the Apple Watch Series 3, which comes with a sports band.

It boasts great coaching features, built-in GPS to measure workouts and will record the manager's activity levels throughout the day.

It retails on the John Lewis website for £329.

David Wagner

Wagner opted for practicality for this weekend's match against Chelsea.

Huddersfield's boss was wearing a Casio G-Shock Alarm Chronograph Watch.

The bulky timepiece is built to last despite only costing £100.

Jurgen Klopp

Klopp splashed out to sign a number of new player's during this summer's transfer window.

And the Liverpool boss showed his expensive taste with his IWC Aquatimer Ceratanium "50 Years Aquatimer" Edition watch.

Similar watches cost upwards of £5,500.

Manuel Pellegrini

Pellegrini kept things simple with his IWC Schaffhausen Pilot's Watch Mark XVIII.

The timepiece has a black calfskin strap to give the West Ham boss complete comfort on the sidelines.

It retails at £3,690.

Marco Silva

Last but by no means least, Marco Silva and his stunning Cvstos Challenge II Chrono Power Reserve Steel.

The watch comes with a stainless steel face, polished titanium buttons and a bright blue strap.

Everton's boss would have splashed out around £9,010 to get his hands on this item.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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