Former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho will earn a whooping £15 million per year at Manchester United.
Rumors about the Portugese boss joining the Red Devils have been doing rounds since december, and it is expected that the club will make the official anouncement this week.
Mourinho is set to earn £45 million on a three year contract, and this does no even include the incentives.
According to The Telegraph the Portuguese will earn bonuses of £5m and £2.5m respectively should he guide United to the Champions League and Premier League titles.
The contract will make him the highest earning manager in football and his salary is much higher then his prefecessor Louis Van Gaal, who was earning £5 million a year.
United’s experienced midfielder Bastian Schwensteiger said he was sad to Van Gaal go but also excited to work under Jose Mourinho.
According to Sky Sports, and acknowledging Pep Guardiola’s arrival at Manchester City, he said: “We don’t know who will be our new manager yet, but it looks like it’s going to be an interesting derby in Manchester next season.
“The enthusiasm for football in Manchester is great and, if Mourinho does take over at United, I think all of the players want to train under him so it’s going to be quite a special season.”