Jose Mourinho Manchester United's manager has been accused of €3.3m tax fraud


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Spanish prosecutors have accused Jose Mourinho of tax fraud amounting to €3.3m whilst he was head coach at Real Madrid by hiding his image rights income.

Madrid prosecutor has accused Mourinho, 54, of two counts of tax fraud, €1.6m dating back to 2011 and a further €1.7m in 2012, he has not commented on these claims.

Last week Real Madrid football ace, Cristiano Ronaldo was accused of hiding his image rights income, to the tune of €14.7m, Ronaldo uses the same agent as Mourinho.

Ronaldo who is Portuguese has denied these accusations and has threatened to leave Spain saying he “wants to leave” Madrid, a source said, “He [Ronaldo]feels he’s honest, has good character and did everything OK.”