The Sun says he has added a further £4million-a-year to his whopper salary after signing an ad deal with Heineken.
The Manchester United boss, 53, now rakes in £10m-a-year in endorsements on top of his £12m salary at Old Trafford.
Mourinho will be the new face of the beer giants – the main sponsor of the Champions League – and is set to star in a new series of commercials.
The Special One will also become Heineken's global football ambassador after signing a two-year deal.
Mourinho represents Hublot watches, Jaguar, BT Sport, Adidas, Atlantis hotels, Lipton Tea and EA Sports among others and is the most lucrative manager in the world.