Premier League giants Man United have revealed how much it cost to sack Louis van Gaal and his coaches in their latest financial statement.
Jose Mourinho’s side have announced revenues of £515.3 million to become the first British club to make over £500 million in a year. However, they did have to part with £8.4 million of that to former Reds manager LVG and his staff.
Despite the Wining FA Cup Dutchman has been sacked from his current job, with the team failed to qualify for the Champions League giants.
Under the Dutch manager youngsters have made a breakthrough in the starting lineups of the Reds including Marcus Rashford and Timothy Fosu-Mensah, but was often criticised for a boring style of football.
The Red Devils since appointed former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho as manager, with the Portuguese already proving a popular choice with fans since his arrival.
However, a defeat to local rivals Manchester City has put a dent in their revival after three successive victories at the start of the season had some naming them their Premier League title favourites.