Friday, 16 June 2017

Ronaldo Set For Madrid Exit After Tax Fraud Accusation

Ronaldo Madrid Exit After Tax Fraud Accusation

Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo is angry after been accused of tax fraud and is set to leave Real Madrid.

The Portuguese was recently accused by spanish prosecutors of hiding his image rights earnings in Spain from 2011 to 2014 worth €14.7 million

Ronaldo has been in Spain for nine years following his move from Manchester United to Real Madrid in 2009.

He has won the Champions league, La Liga title, Copa del ray and Super Cup during his stay in Spain.

Although his club released a statement supporting their star player. The 32 year old feels he has done nothing wrong and he his upset about the accusation and wants a move out of Spain.

Spanish prosecutors are coming down hard on footballers over tax evasion, Lionel Messi was fined and handed a jail term recently for tax Fraud.

PSG and his former club Manchester United are interested in the Portuguese if he truly wants to leave the club.


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