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Luka Modric admits tax fraud, to pay £54,000 in exchange for prison

Real Madrid star Luka Modric, the latest to be caught by the Spanish taxman, has admitted two counts of tax fraud and accepted an eight-month suspended prison sentence as part of a plea bargain deal with prosecutors.

Bayern Munich midfielder James Rodriguez to pay $13.6 million for evading taxes

Spain’s taxman wants Bayern Munich’s Colombian midfielder James Rodriguez to pay 11.65 million euros ($13.64m) for evading taxes when he played at Real Madrid, the El Mundo daily reported Thursday.

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