Jose Mourinho has been accused of taking "blood money" at the World Cup.
It was confirmed last week that the Manchester United boss will be appearing on Russia state-backed channel RT this summer.
His decision has been criticised by many, with Mourinho set to earn a staggering £1.7million for around five days work.
And Labour MP Chris Bryant has now hit out at the United boss ahead of the tournament.
"To my mind, this is blood money, paid directly from the Russian state coffers," he said.
Bryant’s message was echoed by fellow Welsh Labour MP Stephen Doughty.
"Leading sports figures and commentators need to reflect carefully on whether they want to be associated with Putin’s propaganda machine," he added.
“RT has repeatedly conned viewers with a veneer of respectability, while taking its orders from the Kremlin.
“Serious questions are already being asked about participation in the Russian-hosted World Cup.
"I would urge leading football figures to rethink – not least after this week’s revelations – whether their punditry on Putin’s mouthpiece is appropriate.”
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