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>> Accused of a 3.3 million euro tax fraud, Jose Mourinho arriving at a Madrid court on Friday. Spanish prosecutors began a case against the Manchester United manager back in June, with allegations dating back to when Mourinho coached Real Madrid. They say he failed to declare revenues from his image rights between 2011 and 2012, with the intent to quote, obtain illicit profits.
His representatives have denied the charges and after a brief hearing on Friday, Mourinho did too, saying he'd already settled this case with Spanish authorities and has nothing more to pay. The claims against Mourinho come amid a lengthening list of investigations into leading football stars in Spain. Lionel Messi, Javier Mascherano and Angel Di Maria have all been punished for tax evasion, while a case against Real Madrid player Cristiano Ronaldo continues.
He was called to testify in July on income tax allegations.