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Ronaldo summoned to court, Mourinho accused of tax fraud

22 June 2017

A Spanish state prosecutor last week accused Ronaldo of failing to pay €14.7 million on image rights earned between 2011 and 2014, saying he used a shell company in the Virgin Islands to "create a screen in order to hide his total income". "No offer has been received for him".

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"I have not spoken with him".

In an earlier report Marca said Ronaldo has told his teammates he was leaving and "there is no turning back".

Perez added: "Now we want to win three successive Champions Leagues".

A statement from the Attorney General's Office confirmed to Press Association Sport that the Madrid Prosecutor's Office had lodged the papers, relating to 2011 and 2012, with the municipal court.

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Atletico Madrid striker Radamel Falcao and Real Madrid defender Fabio Coentrao, who have also been accused of tax fraud in Spain, are also clients of Mendes.

His first big challenge is keeping Ronaldo at the club he joined in 2009 from Manchester United for a record 94 million euros ($105.3 million).

Perez, a 70-year-old construction magnate said to be close to Ronaldo, was elected unopposed Monday for a third term in charge of Europe's most successful club.

Mourinho was Real Madrid coach from 2010-13.

BARCELONA, Spain (AP) - Cristiano Ronaldo has been summoned to appear before a Spanish judge, and Jose Mourinho could be next.

Ronaldo, a player United are naturally interested in, has a prohibitively high one billion euros (£880million) buyout clause in the new and improved deal he signed in November which ties him to the Bernabeu until 2021. He has claimed a haul of domestic trophies with Chelsea and other clubs.