Madrid — Jose Mourinho's agent says the Manchester United
manager paid more than 26 million euros ($27 million) in taxes when he lived in
Spain from 2010-13.
The information was made public on Tuesday by Gestifute, a
company run by Mourinho's agent, Jorge Mendes.
The Portuguese company has been releasing details about its
clients' tax declarations after European media outlets published what they
claimed were details of apparent tax arrangements made by top soccer players
and coaches, including Mourinho, Cristiano Ronaldo and Mesut Ozil.
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Gestifute, which also has Ronaldo as a client, has already
published documents allegedly showing that Spanish fiscal authorities have
certified that Mourinho and Real Madrid star Ronaldo are "up to date on
Mourinho coached Real Madrid from 2010-13. The dollar value
of his tax payments at the time would have been higher, given the euro's
relative strength during that period.
The Portuguese coach took charge of United this season.For
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