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Mourinho agrees fine with Spanish tax authorities

Jose Mourinho set to pay hefty fine to tax authorities in Spain

February 5, 2019 By Oscar Rojas
The hearing where the Portuguese boss was sentenced came to an end in a matter of minutes.

Former Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho was sentenced to one year in jail and to pay a $2.5M fine to Spanish tax authorities. The good news for the Special One is that he will not have to serve time behind bars since he is a first-time offender.

Mourinho's sentence comes after the former Real Madrid boss failed to declare income taxes from his image rights in 2011 and 2012. Although the total amount reached a total of $3.7M, Mourinho's lawyers worked a better deal for their client, which forces him to pay $2.5M. 

The Portuguese tactician appeared in front of the Spanish court for a few minutes, since the deal had already been reached between both sides. 

Mourinho is currently out of a job, but there has been talk about a comeback to Real Madrid in the next few months. Maybe having all of his financial affairs in order was the first step to clear his path back to the Bernabeu...


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