Man Utd, Man City, Liverpool and Everton all have this in common this summer

Guardiola arrives at The Etihad having just claimed the second domestic Double of his three campaigns at Bayern Munich and – with two Champions League triumphs on his CV while with Barcelona – he will be backed to the tune of another whopping £200m.

Klopp, who replaced Brendan Rodgers as Kop boss last October, will at last be able to buy his own men in a Liverpool facelift with up to £150m at his disposal.

And Koeman will have the same level of spending power if he – as expected – agrees to take the Everton hotseat, brought in at Roberto Martinez’s expense in a bid to end a barren spell dating back to their 1995 FA Cup victory.

In fact, if Everton sell Romelu Lukaku for £65m, that cash will be added to Koeman’s bounty, with new majority shareholder – Iranian-born billionaire Farhad Moshiri – promising to lure new stars with £100,000-a-week wages.

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