- Jose Mourinho has been paid £50m by English clubs in total after his contracts were respectively terminated
- The 58-year-old also earned a massive £33.6m when he was relieved of his duties with Real Madrid
- Mourinho has just been given the boot by Tottenham and his pay out clause is yet to be revealed by the London club
Jose Mourinho has been getting huge pay out ever since he hit it big in his managerial career and reports claim the Portuguese gaffer has cashed out with over £50million with Premier League clubs, Mirror.
The Special One got sacked by Tottenham and has become the manager that has been booted out the most by Premier League clubs.
News going the rounds claim Mourinho refused to accept his team joining the Super League cost him his job.
The 58-year-old has had four of his contracts terminated before expiration since he first joined Chelsea in 2007.
He was also relieved of his duties as manager with Real Madrid in 2013, Chelsea again in 2015, and Manchester United in 2018.
But Mourinho's sacking has come at a huge cost as all the English clubs he has worked with paid him a combined amount of £50.97m.
Chelsea were the highest payers of Mourinho's huge cash out as Chelsea paid £23.07m the first time and £8.30m in his second spell while United credited the Portuguese with £19.60m.
Mourinho was sacked less than 12 months after signing a four-year contract extension with Madrid and understood to have been paid £33.60m.
Here is a breakdown of Mourinho and the amount paid to him before his contract expired
Paul Pogba wants outrageous weekly wages to stay at Man Utd with Real Madrid, PSG and Juve waiting in wings
Chelsea (first time): Three years left at £5.00m-a-year - £15.00m
Real Madrid: Three years left at £11.20m-a-year - £33.60m
Chelsea (second time): Four years left at £13.00m-a-year - £52.00m
Manchester United: Two years left at £12.00m-a-year - £24.00m
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Jose Mourinho's sacking as Tottenham boss has not gone well with some sections of fans who believed the Portuguese boss still has what it takes.
The Special One took over from Mauricio Pochettino and have only managed to keep them in seventh position in the Premier League.
It is understood the former Chelsea boss was told Spurs want to be involved with the Super League.