UK Back Pages: Jose Mourinho Set to Become the World's Highest-Paid Manager

Sean SwabyUK Staff WriterFebruary 10, 2016

BRIGHTON, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 19:  Former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho (R) looks on from the stands prior to the Sky Bet Championship match between Brighton and Hove Albion and Middlesbrough at Amex Stadium on December 19, 2015 in Brighton, United Kingdom.  (Photo by Jordan Mansfield/Getty Images)
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It's all about money in Thursday's back pages, whether it's Jose Mourinho seeing more of it or Liverpool fans saving more of it. 

On Wednesday, Liverpool's owners announced that they'd scrap a proposed ticket restructure and will keep the current prices as they are after a massive protest on the weekend at Anfield that saw fans walk out in the 77th minute. 

The Mirror hails the Liverpool fans' efforts as "victory" while also relaying word on Jose Mourinho's rumoured Manchester United deal that will bring him £15 million annually. 

Thursday's Daily Mirror back page:
Victory#tomorrowspaperstoday #bbcpapers #LFC

— Nick Sutton (@suttonnick) February 10, 2016

The Daily Express reports that the proposed deal will make Mourinho the best-paid manager on the planet. 

Thursday's Daily Express back page:
Jose peps up his pay packet#tomorrowspaperstoday #bbcpapers #mufc

— Nick Sutton (@suttonnick) February 10, 2016

Meanwhile, the Sun relays a rumour that Mourinho to United is hardly a done deal and that the United squad is split over whether Mourinho or Ryan Giggs should be the next manager. 

Thursday's Sun back page:
Disunited#tomorrowspaperstoday #bbcpapers #mufc

— Nick Sutton (@suttonnick) February 10, 2016

The Star claims that Mourinho will have £300 million to spend and that Barcelona superstar Neymar is his top target. 

Thursday's Daily Star back page:
Exclusive - Jose's £300m war chest#tomorrowspaperstoday #bbcpapers #mufc

— Nick Sutton (@suttonnick) February 10, 2016

Metro leads with "We're Sorry" in reference to Liverpool's backing down on their ticket hike. 

Thursday's Metro back page:
We're sorry#tomorrowspaperstoday #bbcpapers #LFC

— Nick Sutton (@suttonnick) February 10, 2016