Tuesday, 20 June 2017

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho accused of £2.9million tax fraud by Spanish authorities


A claim has been filed against Mourinho alleging two counts of tax fraud in 2011 and 2012, during his time managing Real Madrid.

A statement released by the prosecutor said the Portuguese owes Spanish authorities €3.3million (£2.9m).

It comes a week after Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo was accused of evading €14.7m (£12.9m) in tax.

Ronaldo was alleged to have used an off-shore company to hide a portion of his income from the Spanish tax office.

He denies any wrongdoing, however, and is reportedly so outraged by his treatment that he is seeking a move away from Spain this summer.

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