Just days after being fired from Tottenham, José Mourinho was announced on Tuesday as Roma's new manager starting next season. The arrival of the Portuguese has caused an earthquake in Italy and the shares of the Romanista club soared on the stock market to 26.33%. But paradoxically, Where the signing of Mourinho by Roma has also been received with great joy, it has been at Tottenham. The reason why the return of Special One to Italy has been highly applauded at the English club headquarters is because This operation allows him to save 18.4 million euros, according to 'Daily Mail'.
The English newspaper reports that, at the time of being dismissed from Tottenham, Mourinho signed the settlement with the condition of receiving compensation if he could not find work during the next 18 months, period that lasted his contract with the English club. So, by signing for Roma, Tottenham has been released from paying those 18.4 million compensation.
Mourinho will begin his second stage in Italy next season, following his experience with Inter, the club he managed from 2008 to 2010 and which he led to the third European Cup in its history. Tiago Pinto, the sports director of the giallorossi explained Mourinho's arrival in Rome: “As soon as José gave us his availability, we immediately took the opportunity to speak with one of the best coaches of all time.”