Revealed: Jose Mourinho has been paid a total of £93.5m for his sacking as Football manager

Football manager/coach, Jose Mourinho has been paid a staggering £93.5 million for his sackings in football.


Tottenham ruthlessly sacked Mourinho and his coaching staff on Monday morning, April 19, following a poor run of form in the Premier League .


He lasted just 17 months with the 58-year-old in line to receive a whopping pay-out.


UK media claim Mourinho will pocket £30 million after club chairman Daniel Levy decided to end his four-year contract with the club.


It’s now been revealed that so many other clubs paid Mourinho huge amounts after sacking him midway into his contracts.


Mourinho has had four of his contracts terminated early since he first joined Chelsea – Chelsea in 2007, Real Madrid in 2013, Chelsea again in 2015, and Manchester United in 2018.


The cost of those early terminations is listed in the accounts of each of the English clubs in question. 


 Chelsea (first time): £23.07m, Chelsea (second time) £8.30m, Manchester United: £19.60m
 Real Madrid shelled out £17 million after sacking him now Tottenham is set to pay him about £30m after sacking him.


So, Mourinho has received an astonishing £93.5 million for his sackings during his illustrious managerial career.

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