Manchester United sacked Mourinho in id-December after a disastrous start to the season.
The Portuguese manager he’s kept a low profile since his exit from Old Trafford.
He won the Europa League and League Cup during his two-and-a-half years at United.
Mourinho was interviewed on the street in London the day after he was sacked.
And he is all set to make his first public appearance since his departure.
Mourinho will make TWO appearances as a pundit on BeIn Sports this week.
He will be on the show on Thursday and then again on Saturday.
But Manchester United fans wanting to tune in and hear his thoughts on his departure may be disappointed.
According to the Times, lawyers will be watching Mourinho closely in case he breaks his confidentiality agreement when leaving United.
Mourinho is owed £15m from the remaining months of his contract.
But were he to leak sensitive information about his exit live on TV it could be in breach of that contract.
It is claimed Mourinho will earn an eye-watering £60,000 from this television appearances this week.
However, he will not be discussing matches involving United.
Mourinho will instead cast his eye over an Asian Cup match between Saudi Arabia and Qatar on Thursday.
He will then give his thoughts on the Arsenal vs Chelsea game at the weekend.
The former Chelsea manager could still assess United’s performances since he wast ditched, however.
United have won all six of their matches under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer – the man parachuted in to take over from Mourinho.
Solskjaer is gunning for the job full time as he is currently being leased from Norwegian side Molde.
United are yet to make a decision on their next manager, with Mauricio Pochettino their top target.
The Red Devils play Brighton on Saturday at 3pm and Mourinho may well be asked to discuss their performance.
When asked about his sacking back in December, he said: “We could speak about so many good things, [some] not as good, but that’s not me.
“It’s finished. Manchester United have a future without me and I have a future without United.”
He added: “Why should I be sharing more now, even with the supporters, any of my feelings?
“That’s the way I’ve always been. I’ve been critical of managers that speak about details about what’s happened and who is to blame. That’s not me.”