Mourinho's gag clause and even his earnings as a commentator are disclosed.

Newspaper The Times assures that the Portuguese coach is bound by a gag clause that prevents him from discussing his leaving Manchester United.

The exit of José Mourinho from Manchester United is still in many people's mouths. The Times writes that the Portuguese coach has a clause that prevents him from talking about his goodbye to Old Trafford. Should he fail to comply, he can lose part of the compensation he is entitled to, in the amount of almost 17 million euros.

Now, this gag clause will cause a reduction to Mourinho's salary as a television commentator - he is commenting on the Asian Cup for beIN Sports: the British newspaper assures that the Portuguese receives 67,500 euros per game. This is a low figure, considering what he must have earned during the World Cup in Russia, when he collaborated with Russian channel Russia Today for five days.

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