Real Madrid and Jose Mourinho have agreed the Portuguese coach will leave the La Liga club at the end of the season, three years before the end of his contract, president Florentino Perez said on Monday (May 20).
"After the talks with our coach Jose Mourinho we have reached the agreement to end the contractual relationship at the end of this season," Perez said at a news conference at Real's Bernabeu stadium.
"Both the club and the coach agree that it is the right moment to end this relationship."
He also added that a replacement for Mourinho had not been lined up.
Mourinho led Real to the La Liga title last season but could not match that success this year, only winning the Spanish Super Cup.
Last Friday (May 17) Real lost 2-1 to city rivals Atletico in the final of the King's Cup. Afterwards Mourinho admitted this had been the worst season of his career.
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