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Neymar moving to PSG less of a worry than Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi leaving Real Madrid or Barcelona - The Independent

Neymar moving to Paris Saint-Germain is less of a concern to Spanish football than if either Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi left Real Madrid or Fc Barcelona respectively, according to La Liga president Javier Tebas. The Brazilian superstar looks set ...and more »

Cristiano Ronaldo Tells Spanish Judge He 'Never Tried to Avoid Taxes' - New York Times

MADRID — Cristiano Ronaldo told a Spanish judge on Monday that he had “never tried to avoid taxes.” Ronaldo, the star Real Madrid forward who is from Portugal, was questioned to determine whether he committed tax fraud amounting to almost 15 million ...and more »

Cristiano Ronaldo appears in court in tax fraud case; avoids media - The Indian Express

Real Madrid star striker Cristiano Ronaldo on Monday declared in front of a judge and read his statement for 90 minutes in a court in Pozuelo de Alarcon, a wealthy suburb of Madrid where he lives. Ronaldo, who returned from a summer break that he took ...and more »

Ronaldo due in court over tax evasion claims - The Hindu

Football megastar Cristiano Ronaldo appears in court near Madrid on Monday accused of evading millions of euros in taxes, the latest player to fall foul of Spain's taxman. The 32-year-old will be questioned by a court in Pozuelo de Alarcon, a wealthy ...and more »

Cristiano Ronaldo appears before judge in tax fraud investigation - Business Insider

MADRID (AP) — Cristiano Ronaldo has arrived at a Spanish court to answer questions as part of an investigation to determine whether the Real Madrid forward committed tax fraud. Cristiano Ronaldo Reporters await the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo. Paul ...and more »

Facing Tax Evasion Charges, Cristiano Ronaldo Says His "Conscience is Clear" - Fortune

The world's highest paid athlete, soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo, has found himself in hot water for reportedly evading millions of euros in taxes. The Real Madrid goal machine appeared in court outside Madrid Monday morning, following allegations that ...and more »

Cristiano Ronaldo declines to speak to media after giving evidence - Deutsche Welle

Football superstar Cristiano Ronaldo appeared in court on Monday after state prosecutors accused the four-time World Footballer of the Year of siphoning millions of euros, earned from picture rights, past Spanish authorities between 2011 and 2014. A ...and more »

Cristiano Ronaldo appears in court on tax charges - BBC News

Footballer Cristiano Ronaldo has appeared at a Spanish court where he was facing allegations he evaded millions in tax. Prosecutors accuse Ronaldo, reported to be the world's highest paid athlete, of evading €14.7m ($17.3m; £13.1m) in tax. He had been ...and more »

Cristiano Ronaldo denies €14.7m tax evasion in Madrid court - The Guardian

It is alleged that he concealed income from the sale of image rights • Real Madrid and Portugal forward hides from 200 journalists outside court. Stephen Burgen. Mon 31 Jul 2017 10.32 EDT Last modified on Wed 21 Feb 2018 08.15 EST. Share on Facebook ...and more »

Cristiano Ronaldo in court accused of evading millions of euros in taxes - Sky News

The accusation does not involve Ronaldo's salary from Real Madrid, but he is accused of hiding income made from image rights. 14:11, UK, Monday 31 July 2017. Portugal's forward Cristiano Ronaldo speaks during a press conference at Arena Fonte ...and more »