Manchester United have uncovered that the club paid £19.6m in pay to Jose Mourinho and his reserved alcove staff, when he was sacked in December.
The figure is recorded under "outstanding things" in United's second-quarter monetary outcomes and incorporates pay-outs for the five individuals from Mourinho's staff who left with him on December 18.
It is likewise multiple times the sum United needed to pay the Portuguese's antecedents, David Moyes and Louis van Gaal, when they were terminated in 2014 and 2016 individually.
In the report, the club declared record incomes of £208.6m for the quarter, which convert into profit before intrigue, assessment, deterioration and amortization (EBITDA) of £104.3m and a working benefit of £44m.
Mourinho has since been supplanted via guardian supervisor Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who has lost only one of his 12 amusements in control in all rivalries, helping the club move once more into the Premier League top four.
"The arrangement of Ole and Mike (Phelan) as guardian supervisor and associate chief, working with Kieran, Michael and Emilio, has had a positive effect all through the club," official bad habit executive Ed Woodward said in an announcement on Thursday.