Cristiano Ronaldo fraud case will pay rs 152
Madrid, AAFP: Cristiano Ronaldo, who is a star player of Portugal and recently left Real Madrid, associated with the Juventus Club of Italy, will pay the taxpayers for Spanish income tax officials with a huge amount of 19 million euros (about Rs 152 crore) in income tax fraud cases. The prosecution said in Madrid on Friday that Ronaldo’s reconciliation between the advisers and the income tax authorities has come to light, according to which Ronaldo will not have to spend two years in jail, but he will have to pay a heavy damage. Generally, in the case of nonviolent crime in Spain, the sentence awarded for the first two years is not applicable, and in return, the accused has to pay for each day accordingly. In the case of tax evasion, Ronaldo was fined 3.2 million euros (about 25 million rupees) and sentenced to 24 months in prison. Although 33-year-old Ronaldo has been refuting the charges of tax evasion Apart from the penalty, Ronaldo will have to pay 250 Euros (about 20 thousand rupees) for the outstanding 45 million rupees and jail sentence for 24 months per day.
Prosecutors alleged that Ronaldo concealed tax officials from earning in Spain with their image rights. Spanish officials say that they had delayed the revenues of 11.5 million euro (about 92 million rupees) earned in Spain during the period 2011-2014, while their total income was 43 million euros (343 million Rupees). If this was not the case then Ronaldo had to pay a penalty of 28 million euros (Rs 223 crore) and also spent three and a half years in prison.
Messi has also filled the damages: Barcelona’s legendary Star Leon Messi has paid damages as a fine for tax evasion in 2016. In addition to this, he was given a compensation of 21 months in jail instead of a jail sentence. Recently Spanish income tax officials have imposed a penalty of 11.65 million euros (about 93 million rupees) on Bayern Munich’s Colombian midfielder James Rodriguez. Apart from Argentina, Javier Mascherano and Angel Di Maria have been charged with tax evasion.
Klassen left with Everton
London: Dutch Midfielder Davy Klaassen has now joined Werder Bremen after playing for one year with English Premier League club Everton. Information about this is given by Everton and Bremen both clubs. For the 25-year-old former captain of Ajax Amsterdam, the previous season with Everton did not go well and he failed to prove himself. He could only play in Everton’s behalf in just 16 matches throughout the season. Frank Bowman, chief officer of Werder Bremen, said that we are very happy that we got the player we wanted.
Wolverhampton’s sick goalkeeper retired
London: Wolverhampton Wanderers goalkeeper Carl Ikeme has retired due to being infected with leukemia. The English Premier League has given this information to the club. The 32-year-old Nigerian was associated with Wolverhampton throughout his career and during this time he played more than 200 matches. Ikeem said that I talked to my doctor and he suggested me to retire. I want to be with my kids, family, and friends.