PSG star Angel di Maria settles Spanish tax case, pays fine

Meawnhile, Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has been accused of evading 3.3 million euro ($3.7 million) in tax at Real Madrid.Real Madrid are holding out for an optimal fee for Alvaro Morata from Manchester United in order to fund the signing of Kylian Mbappe, according to reports.Prosecutors said he had failed to declare revenues from his image rights in his Spanish income tax declarations from 2011 and 2012, “with the aim of obtaining illicit profits”.Jose Mourinho is being accused of defrauding the Spanish government of up to 3.3 million pounds from 2011 and 2012 and has yet to give a statement regarding the claim.The statement also said that Mourinho had received a certificate from the authorities confirming that he was “up to date with all his tax obligations”.Mourinho has not yet commented on the allegations.In addition, they say he only declared 11.5 million euros of Spanish-related income from 2011 to 2014, while what he really earned during that time was close to 43 million euros.With the collapse of their move for Antoine Griezmann and Andrea Belotti proving too expensive, Ronaldo could be the ideal tonic for United even if it is hard to imagine a scenario where the Portuguese made a decision to leave Madrid and United hadn’t already been informed.Gareth Bale insists he is focused on “winning more trophies” with Real Madrid despite talk of a Spanish exit.Ronaldo, who is now facing four charges of tax fraud in Spain, was reported to want to leave Real Madrid and Spain.The Portuguese coach has become the latest high-profile football figure accused of tax fraud.The deal will have to be ratified by a judge when the case goes to court. The Portuguese-born star is set to give evidence in his case on 31 July.CR7 is now involved in a case opened by the Madrid Prosecutor’s Office for an alleged tax fraud worth 14.7 million euros.Under Spanish law, a first-time offender is not required to serve time in jail for a sentence below two years.