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Jose Mourinho’s Cash Out on Tottenham Revealed

Jose Mourinho’s new contract with top Italian side AS Roma will cost Tottenham a payoff amount of £10million. This was gathered by both The Sun, Sky Sports, and it was revealed that the former Chelsea, Manchester United and Tottenham manager did not lose out at all.

It was barely two weeks the Portuguese tactician was sacked as manager of Tottenham. He has already landed himself a mouth-watering deal with top Italian side AS Roma. The 58-year-old will be making his return to Italy after handling Inter Milan for two seasons, where he won the Scudetto in his first and the Champions League title.

Jose Mourinho Never Loss out on a Deal

Jose Mourinho has signed a three-year deal with AS Roma which is worth £5m a year compared to the annual £15m he was getting at Tottenham Hotspurs. The Special One as is he popularly called agrred to manage the Roma and will be getting £5m annual pay with the Serie A club.

Jose Mourinho'S Cash Out On Tottenham Revealed 1

Jose Mourinho has signed a three-year deal with AS Roma, which is worth £5m a year compared to the annual £15m he was getting at Tottenham Hotspurs. The Special One is popularly called agreed to manage the Roma and will be reaching £5m annual pay with the Serie A club.

Jose Mourinho is a big fish in the football world as he has registered his name in almost all the top leagues in the world. He has so far managed Chelsea, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur all in England and he has also managed Real Madrid and many other clubs in Europe.

However, Tottenham Hotspur will also be paying off. Mourinho will get £10m based on the agreement that he gets another job before the current season. The initial deal was £15m, and the Lily Whites have now saved £5m if Mourinho was still unemployed at the start of next season.

Jose Mourinho is a big fish in the football world as he has registered his name in almost all the top leagues in the world. He has managed Chelsea, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur all in England and has also managed Real Madrid and many other clubs in Europe.

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