Jose Mourinho sentenced to one year jail term for tax fraud

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has been found guilty in a long-running tax fraud case.
He was accused of owing nearly €3.3m in undeclared image rights revenue for 2011 and 2012 when he was Real Madrid manager.

According to the El Mundo, Mourinho has accepted wrongdoing and has been sentenced to a one-year jail term.

However, he is not expected to serve any time in jail because Spanish law states that a sentence of under two years for a first offence can be served on probation.

Spanish prosecutors filed a claim against Mourinho June last year on two counts of tax fraud.

Mourinho spent three years at the Santiago Bernabeu and won three titles for Los Blancos during his reign at the club.

His representatives, Gestifute Media, said at the time that he had paid more than €26m in tax at an average rate of more than 41% while living in Spain from 2010 to 2013.

In 2015, Gestifute said, he accepted a settlement agreement regarding previous years.


Mourinho Deletes his Instagram Account SEE REASONS!

Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho, has deleted his Instagram account.

Mourinho, who opened the page when he was announced as United boss, closed it down after the FA Cup final defeat to Chelsea.

Eden Hazard scored from the penalty spot in the first half at Wembley, to hand the Blues their only silverware of the 2017/2018 campaign.

It also meant that Mourinho finished his second season at Old Trafford trophyless.

This did not go down well with fans, as they took to his Instagram account to abuse him and his family. Mourinho was then forced to delete it.

The Portuguese, speaking after the game, blamed the loss on Antonio Conte’s defensive tactics.


De Gea Is World ‘Best’ Goalkeeper – Mourinho

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has saluted David De Gea for his heroics his side’s 3-1 win at Arsenal in a Premier League clash on Saturday.


The Spaniard was in imperious form for the Old Traford side during the match.

He made 14 saves to deny Arsenal a comeback.

“I told him after the match that what I saw today was the best goalkeeper in the world,” the Portuguese said. “In big matches you need goalkeepers to be there for you.”

The victory ended Arsenal’s 13-game unbeaten run at the Emirates with United now five points behind League leaders, Manchester City, who play on Sunday.


Jose Mourinho hints he dreams of managing Man United’s Champions League rivals

Jose Mourinho has dropped a massive hint that he dreams of managing Paris Saint-Germain in the future.

The Portuguese, who has enjoyed success in Portugal, England, Spain and Italy, has had an impressive start in his second season at Old Trafford, with Manchester United undefeated in the Premier League.Mourinho does not believe he will end his career with the Red Devils and the 54-year-old admits that he adores the French capital.

He told French outlet Telefoot: ‘My son who lives in London went to Paris to see a Paris Saint-Germain match and he did not go to Manchester.

Jose Mourinho hints he dreams of managing Man United's Champions League rivals
The Red Devils are yet to lose in the English top flight this term (Picture: Getty)

‘Why Paris? Because there’s something special.

‘Magic, quality, youth, it’s fantastic.’

Mourinho returns to former club Benfica on Wednesday evening and will be desperate for his side to extend their winning streak in the Champions League after victories over Basel and CSKA Moscow.