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Paris St. Germain Could Pay ManU £30M 'Transfer Fee' For José Mourinho

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 11 / 20 / 17

Paris St. Germain is "hoping to exploit a contract stand-off" between ManU and Manager José Mourinho, according to Simon Mullock of the London DAILY MIRROR. The terms of the deal the Portuguese signed when he arrived in Manchester 18 months ago were "designed to give the club extra security s...

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