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CORNERED: Inland revenue follows closely to Cristiano Ronaldo

Published:19/05/2017 - 10:04h

Updated:19/05/2017 - 12:44h

Inland revenue is ultimando the complaint against Cristiano Ronaldo, player of the Real Madrid, by a presumptive fiscal fraud, as it informs this Friday 'The Confidential' in his web page. The Portuguese follows coming under scrutiny

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Although his crime was about to preescribir -to finals of June-, Inland revenue follows very closely the movements happened of Cristiano Ronaldo and his file could arrive to the Fiscalía of Economic Crimes of Madrid in brief.

As it explains 'The Confidential', a spokesman of the agency that represents to the luso would have recognised that "the Agency Tributaria Spaniard keeps different criteria" on the rights of image, that "of agreement to the law Beckham, to which then was subject, only was forced to pay by the income generated in Spain and no by the total income to world-wide level" but that "never there was spirit to defraud".

Cristiano would not have paid taxes in Spain

In a post sent by the agency of Christian to the half quoted, recognises that "Cristiano has not paid taxes in Spain by all the rights of image that earned the player. But it adds that like this it did it in the United Kingdom and that marked it the valid law in Spain". Cristiano Ronaldo benefited during years of the Law Beckham, that allowed tributar to 25% to directors and sporty of foreign elite in Spain.

Finally, also it suggests that the defence of Cristiano Ronaldo does not want a process with penalty of bench, as him sucedió to Messi, but it will look for an agreement.

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