The Fallen One: Mourinho wipes out on ice before KHL game

The Fallen One: Mourinho wipes out on ice before KHL game

The Fallen One: Mourinho wipes out on ice before KHL game

However, it's understood the Special One will not serve time in jail.

Additionally, Mourinho has agreed to exchange the one-year sentence for a €182,500 fine.

The Portuguese will have to pay around £1.75m (€2m) in fines. The money involved revenues from image rights, not salary paid by Real Madrid.

The two-time UEFA Champions League victor, who was the subject of an investigation by tax authorities, was accused of owing revenue in the region of €3.3 million (R50.3 million) stemming from undeclared image rights during his stint as Los Blancos boss between 2011 and 2012.

Mourinho had the "aim of obtaining illicit profits".

He was sacked by Man United in December following a poor start to the Premier League season, with a 3-1 loss to title-chasing Liverpool the final straw.

All was going smoothly for Jose Mourinho at an Ice Hockey game...

However, tax authorities later found that some of the information presented in that settlement was incorrect, the prosecutors said.

Jose was invited by KHL team Avangard Omsk in Siberia to take part in promotional work for the club and signed pictures ahead of the match with SKA Saint Petersburg.

Mourinho has been linked with a return to Real Madrid after reportedly turning down the Benfica job.

The 45-year-old Norwegian football manager replaced Mourinho could soon be made permanent if he continues his unbeaten run since taking charge.

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