- Jose Mourinho has been accused of tax evasion by Spanish authorities
-The 'Special One' was said to have committed two offences in 2011 and 2012, totaling to around €3.3m
- The Manchester United manager and his management team are yet to respond to the allegations
Spanish authorities have officially accused Jose Mourinho of tax fraud during his time at Real Madrid between 2011 and 2012.
According to reports, the Portuguese tactician committed two offences in 2011 and 2012, totaling to around €3.3m (about £2.91m).
Mourinho spent three seasons with Real Madrid joining in the summer of 2010 before departing in 2013 for a return to Chelsea.
He won one La Liga title and one Copa Del Rey title with Los Blancos.
His case comes after Cristiano Ronaldo was accused of tax evasion totaling around €14m. Ronaldo reportedly set-up a company to help evade taxes.
Barcelona star Lionel Messi was last year convicted of defrauding authorities and was handed a 21-month sentence, alongside his father Jorge.
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