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Mourinho will move out of Lowry hotel after 895 days which cost £537,000

- Jose Mourinho spent his entire days in Manchester at Lowry hotel
- Manchester United will have to pay a staggering £537,000 bill
- The Portuguese was sacked as manager of the club after Liverpool defeat
Manchester United's sacking of Jose Mourinho has finally ended his 895 days in the city of Manchester without buying a house.
The Portuguese tactician lived in Lowry Hotel all through his days with the Red Devils and could have cost the club a staggering £537,000 in bills.
Mourinho moved into the exotic luxury hotel on July 6, 2016, with his family without setting up a permanent base.
Despite signing a long deal at Old Trafford, the former Chelsea gaffer decided to remain in the hotel rather than buy a Cheshire mansion like many other stars.
The 55-year-old who lost his job after the embarrassing defeat suffered at the hands of their oldest Premier League rivals Liverpool last weekend, lived in one of the hotel's luxury Riverside Suites.
A Riverside Suite at the hotel is priced at £600 on their website which has added up to around £537,000 in the last two and half years.
Inside the suites are large enough for a selection of soft sofas with restful river views and a separate lounge as well as a dining area with a small kitchenette.
Mourinho's backroom staffs are often seen entering the hotel with him and United's new signings often stay in the same hotel until they get a permanent home.
In 2016, Zlatan Ibrahimovic moved into the Lowry shortly after signing from Paris Saint-Germain but quickly switched to another hotel called Radisson Blu.
United also use the Lowry Hotel as their main base before matchdays at Old Trafford with players instructed to arrive at the hotel the night before their home game.
The 25-year-old posted an image of himself on his Instagram and Twitter accounts with a smug look on his face with a description saying: Caption this!.


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