Man United manage Jose Mourinho denies accusation of reported Spanish tax fraud




It has been reported that the Spanish authorities are investigating Mourinho for tax fraud while he was manager of Real Madrid, but the Portuguese released a statement just now to deny the accusations.
JOSE MOURINHO has said he has “not received any notification” from the Spanish tax authorites over allegations he owes £2.9m in unpaid monies.
The Manchester United boss released a statement tonight to state that “neither the Spanish tax authorities nor the public prosecutor have contacted Jose Mourinho or his advisers”.

He has gone on to deny any wrongdoing, and went on to detail what he spent on taxes during his time living in Spain between 2010 and 2013.
In the statement, that has been shared by BBC reporter Dan Roan on Twitter, Mourinho states that the Tax Department “issued a certificate in which it attested that he had regularised his position and was in compliance with all his tax obligations”.

According to BBC sports editor Dan Roan, Mourinho advisers have published document from tax authorities which they say "attested that he...was in compliance with all tax obligations".
Source: All Football

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