Inter set high price for Jose

2010-05-25 12:40

Milan - Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti has reportedly met with Jose Mourinho and set the coach free to move to Real Madrid, but the Spanish club will have to pay a steep price.

The Gazzetta dello Sport reported Tuesday that Moratti is prepared to let Madrid have Mourinho, right back Maicon and midfielder Ricardo Quaresma for a total of €35 million.

Mourinho has two more years remaining on his contract with Inter, but apparently has an escape clause that would pay Inter €16 million - which the coach will likely charge to Madrid.

Reports in Spain indicate Mourinho - who guided Inter to the Champions League title on Saturday - is set to sign a four-year contract with Madrid worth €10 million per season.


  • james kuwanda - 2010-05-25 13:53

    Jose Mourinho is worthy any price. Well done for the championship and i know you will do even better with Real Madrid.

  • K-Dawg - 2010-05-25 14:06

    Excellent coach but if he goes to Real Madrid he will not be allowed to play his defensive gameplan. The Spanish want to be entertained & play positive football (more excitement = more fans = more $$$). & of course the politics at Real are far different to any other football club. But it will still be interesting watching 'The Special One' at this club....just stay away from ManU!

  • Kagiso - 2010-05-25 15:22

    These is nothing to Real Madrid considering the good player that Maicon is and also Quaresma on his day...I say Real must pay this money and have the tittle next season...All the best to "The Special One" and the two players.

  • Kube$ - 2010-05-25 16:51

    If they can afford to spend what they spent on Ronaldo,Kaka and Benzema, and win sweet FCK ALL, then they can spend this on Jose..... The only problem will be will an arrogant man like him get on with the board at Real Madrid? Never the less this guy is amazing, The best coach to teh best team with the best players... GOD HELP US ALL!!!!!!!

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