José Mourinho made good on his promise to buy young striker Felix Afena-Gyan a sneakers worth €800 if he scores after coming on with the scores still levelled at 0-0 against Genoa. He came on and scored twice to give Mourinho's Roma a 2-0 win and Mourinho bought the boots.
The Portuguese earns a modest wage at Roma. According to reports in the Italian media, Mourinho earns £3.5m per year at Roma while still receiving his compensation for his sacking at Tottenham. He's the highest paid manager in the club's history but far from being one of the highest paid in the world.
Mourinho has accumulated enough wealth from his sackings alone, £97m, more than many managers make in their entire career and was one time one of the best paid managers in the world along the likes of Pep Guardiola and other top earners.
Guardiola currently earns £22m which is more than seven times what Mourinho currently earns. This could not be a surprising thing considering the financial might of Manchester City and the trajectory of the both manager's career lately.