Mourinho will be reaching audiences via exclusive content for The Sun, The Times, The Sunday Times and talkSPORT in an extensive deal.
Mourinho’s amazing track record of 25 trophies, eight league titles and four European trophies, makes him an expert on all things football.
Throughout the summer, he will be sharing his expertise via regular columns in The Sun, The Times and The Sunday Times and will provide exclusive insight for readers joining a talented team of writers across the titles, with other content including an exclusive interview in The Times Magazine tomorrow to welcome readers into his world.
He will be writing regular columns for The Sun throughout the Euros 2020, bringing his unique viewpoint to the nation’s favourite paper, providing expert analysis to key matches, giving his predictions, and always entertaining Sun readers. Sun Online readers will also get to watch Jose providing pre and post-match video predictions and analysis of the biggest matches, including all England games.
He will also be a part of The Game Euros podcast from The Times and host a special Times+ readers event on the tournament.
Jose Mourinho said: “The Euros will be a fantastic tournament and The Sun, The Times, The Sunday Times and talkSPORT will capture all the excitement for fans across the country, I can’t wait to get started.”
Victoria Newton, editor-in-chief, The Sun added: “We’re very happy to welcome Jose into the brilliant Sun Sport team, giving our readers the best possible insights into the Euros. The Sun is going to be offering our readers the very best Euros coverage across all platforms, and encouraging them to get involved in the tournament.”
Les Snowdon, head of sport, The Times and Sunday Times, commented: “Jose Mourinho has coached at the top clubs across the continent and joins a fantastic team of football writers and analysts on The Times and Sunday Times. He will take us into the dressing room before the big matches and show us the thinking of Europe’s top players, offering compelling insights into a tournament that will light up the summer. Times and Sunday Times readers will be able to follow him in print, on digital and through our podcast and join him at a special subscriber event in conversation with our chief football writer Henry Winter.”