6 6. Arsene Wenger – Averages 1.98 points per game in the Premier League (click the arrow, right, to see the managers with the highest points per game ratio) – Wenger has been at the club since 1996 and has therefore been in his job longer than every other Premier League manager combined. This makes his record of points per game even more impressive. 6 2. Sir Alex Ferguson – 2.16 points per game – Ferguson won 13 Premier League titles over the course of a glittering 26-and-a-half-year career at Manchester United and is widely considered the best manager in British football history. Jose Mourinho will be the new Manchester United manager following the dismissal of Louis van Gaal, but what are the club getting?Since arriving in England from Porto back in 2004, the self-declared ‘Special One’ has won three Premier League titles and never finished outside the top three when he has been in charge for the whole season.But how does he compare to the Premier League’s best?talkSPORT counts down the top six managers in Premier League history (with at least two seasons in charge) based on the highest points per game ratio.Click the arrow above, right, to see who has won the most points from their games in charge. 3. Carlo Ancelotti – 2.07 points per game – The first Chelsea manager on the list, Ancelotti won the title and the FA Cup in his first season in charge but failure to retain either in his second season meant his time at Stamford Bridge was up. 6 6 6 6 5. Manuel Pellegrini – 2.03 points per game – He may have left the club at the end of the season but his first, second and fourth place finishes in the Premier League see him sit as the manager with the fifth best points per game record. 4. Roberto Mancini – 2.05 points per game – The second Manchester City manager on the list and the man who led the club to their first Premier League title in the most dramatic circumstances. Mancini spent four seasons at the Etihad, finishing fifth, third, first and second. 1. Jose Mourinho – 2.18 points per game – Uniteds new boss has set very high standards for himself over his two Chelsea spells. It would be even higher if not for the disastrous first half of the 2015/16 season before he was eventually sacked by the Blues.