- Jose Mourinho like many other footballers have become a brand ambassador for Audi
- The German automobile manufacturer officially gave him a posh new Q8 coupé-SUV
- Mourinho will be on the sidelines when Tottenham take on Man United in a Premier League clash
Jose Mourinho has become a brand ambassador for German auto manufacturer Audi and has been given a Q8 coupé-SUV.
The Tottenham boss was officially unveiled as the automobile ambassador at an event of reopening Audi centres for business in the United Kingdom
And the Portuguese boss was handed a black posh Audi Q8 coupé-SUV at the club's training ground.
Director of Audi UK, Andrew Doyle explains the reasons the company the Special One as a right choice for the Audi Ambassadorial role.
“José is unquestionably one of the best managers in the history of football, having won two Champions Leagues, two UEFA Cup / Europa Leagues, and a number of league titles in England, Spain, Italy and Portugal,” Doyle said in a statement.
“You don’t reach those stellar heights without an unerring commitment to excellence and forward thinking. That’s why we are sure our well-known philosophy of ‘Vorsprung durch Technik’ chimes with his own. We are so pleased to welcome José on board as an Audi ambassador.”
Mourinho claims he feels privileged to represent a ‘luxury brand’ in automobile as ambassador.
“It is a great privilege to become an Audi ambassador. It is a luxury brand with a phenomenal reputation for quality, technology and safety around the world. Audi UK has been a great partner to my club, and I look forward to working with them myself,” he said.
Mourinho will renew hostilities with his former club Manchester United when the Premier League season returns.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Bruno Fernandes' bright start to life at Man United has earned him the most valuable midfielder in the world, according to CIES Football Observatory.
A list was compiled by CIES and the Man United star is worth a massive £93million, £25.5m more than the Old Trafford outfit paid for his services.
Chelsea's Mason Mount is second with a value of £94.1m while Barcelona's Frenkie de Jong came third with £91m in value.
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