Jose Mourinho has a new job. The former Porto coach landed a punditry role with radio station talkSPORT barely two weeks after his sack by Spurs for producing undesirable results. The former Milan boss takes up the punditry duties for this summer’s Euros. Former Chelsea, Real Madrid, and Manchester United coach, Jose Mourinho has found a new job following his recent expulsion from Tottenham Hotspur.
The 58-year-old Portuguese international’s arrival was unveiled by Alan Brazil on the breakfast show on Friday morning. Speaking on his new job, Mourinho said:
Hello to everyone at talkSPORT, this is Jose Mourinho. Delighted to say I will be joining the talkSPORT team for the Euros this summer. I will be joining the likes of Laura Woods, Ally McCoist and Alan Brazil to give my views on all of the action.
Good luck to England, good luck to Scotland and of course good luck to Portugal. Meanwhile, Ajax boss Erik ten Hag is a frontrunner to replace Mourinho at Spurs while super-agent Jorge Mendes is reportedly pushing Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo in the club’s direction.
Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers is understood to have snubbed Levy’s advances to take over.
Levy described Mourinho as ‘a true professional’ following his sacking, ending the Portuguese’s 17-month stay with the club after taking over from Mauricio Pochettino in November 2019. Mourinho pocketed £20m in compensation from Spurs for the dismissal.
Source – Pindula News
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