Mourinho famously upset BT Sport while working as an ambassador for the company by giving an explosive interview to Sky Sports’ Goals on Sunday show while he was Chelsea manager in 2015.
And Mourinho, who has also appeared on beIN Sports, had been working as a pundit for Sky before replacing Mauricio Pochettino at Tottenham.
In 2016, Telegraph Sport reported that Mourinho was the highest-earning manager when it came to endorsements after signing a £4million-a-year deal with Heineken to add to a portfolio that already included Hublot watches, Jaguar, BT Sport, Adidas, Atlantis hotels, Lipton Tea and EA Sports.
The Portuguese has jokingly referenced Amazon in each of his press conferences since taking over at Tottenham, but revealed his Netflix project after being asked to name his favourite drama on the streaming service.
Amazon are believed to have cameras and microphones all over Tottenham’s Enfield training ground and in the home areas of the new stadium.
But Tottenham have denied claims that Pochettino was filmed by an Amazon crew while being told he had been relieved of his duties as manager by chairman Daniel Levy.