- Jose Mourinho was booted out of Premier League club Tottenham on Monday, April 19
- The tactician was fired barely six days before their Carabao Cup final against Manchester City
- Mourinho has, however, reacted to his exit at the club where he spent one and a half years
Embattled manager Jose Mourinho has finally reacted to his sudden ouster from Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur.
This came just six days to their Carabao Cup final against Man City as it was gathered that Spurs decided to dispense the tactician after just over a season and a half in charge.
They are in seventh position on the Premier League standings and at risk of missing out on a place in the top four.
According to a statement on the club’s website, the chairman Daniel Levy said he regretted that things did not work out for both parties.
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There were insinuations that the former Manchester United manager had fallout with the club over their role in the proposed European Super League.
On Monday night, reporters accosted the manager who was said to be in good spirits. He said:
"You know me. I'm not going to say anything," according to GOAL, when asked if he felt he was unfairly treated by the club.
The 58-year-old was also asked if he was going to spend some time away from football, to which he responded by saying: "No need, no need for breaks or recharged batteries. I'm always in football."
Former Spurs midfielder Ryan Mason has taken charge of the team until the end of the season.
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.
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.
Legit.ng earlier reported that three elite clubs still in the Champions League may be kicked out of the competition as UEFA is set to punish them for their part over the breakaway Super League.
Same rules will likely apply to Arsenal and Manchester United in the Europa League according to Danish Uefa member Jesper Moller.
Moeller disclosed that Real Madrid, Manchester City and Chelsea will be expelled from the Champions League this week.