I'd love to see Ronaldo go to Man United


After nearly a decade at the Santiago Bernabeu it has been widely reported that the Portuguese global is eager to leave the Spanish capital amid accusations that he defrauded tax authorities out of €14.7million - a claim he's denied.

The winger has accepted to have defrauded the Spanish government on two occasions. But the tax evasion did not leave Mourinho.

It has accused Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo and former Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho of tax fraud worth several millions of euros in the last two weeks, with both men denying any wrongdoing.

However club President Florentino Perez disclosed that no offers had been received by Real to tempt Ronaldo away and the club was determined to keep him.

Di Maria was being investigated by Spanish authorities for evading taxes of €1.3 million on image rights during his time at Real Madrid.

This morning (Thursday) SunSport reported how CR7 was being "persuaded by his lawyers" to pay the bill that is being chased by the Spanish tax authorities.

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Ronaldo and Real Madrid have since not made any official announcement regarding his future.

A number of elite players have been accused of fraud in recent months, including Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi.

It will be up to a judge to decide whether to take Mourinho to court.

Paris Saint Germain star Angel Di Maria has been sentenced to one-year imprisonment after admitting to tax fraud, NAIJ.com reports.

A wave of speculation was unleashed earlier this month about the potential of Ronaldo returning to Manchester United, with the player reportedly unhappy at how Real Madrid were dealing with his tax case.

Barcelona's Lionel Messi and his father Jorge were convicted of defrauding the Spanish state of £3.6m in unpaid taxes past year in a case similar to that of Ronaldo.