Both Ronaldo and Mourinho maintain they have fully complied with Spanish and British fiscal requirements.
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A Spanish judge is seeking a gag order on 12 European media outlets that leaked documents alleging football stars like Cristiano Ronaldo could have been involved in a multi-million euro tax evasion system.The injunction, seen by AFP Monday, claims that the so-called "football Leaks" published last week could constitute an offense against the right to privacy as they were allegedly obtained through a cyberattack on Senn Ferrero, a firm advising sports personalities on tax.Both Ronaldo and Mourinho maintain they have fully complied with Spanish and British fiscal requirements. Still, Spanish tax authorities are investigating the allegations where Ronaldo is concerned.
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