Cristiano Ronaldo expected to testify in tax case on July 31

A statement issued by the section for economic crimes of Madrid's provincial state prosecutor's office said its investigations indicated that Mourinho committed two counts of tax fraud in 2011 and 2012.

A Spanish state prosecutor accused former Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho of tax fraud worth 3.3 million euros ($3.7 million) in unpaid taxes on Tuesday.

Spanish media are reporting he will testify at the end of July but Sky sources understand Ronaldo has not received any official communication from Spanish tax authorities over his testimony on 31 July.

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Ronaldo was accused of tax evasion by Spanish authorities recently, which is also said to have added to his unhappiness at Real.

And finally, they accuse him of "voluntarily" refusing to include 28.4 million euros in income linked to the sale of his image rights for the 2015 to 2020 period to a Spanish company.

It has been reported that these five players would be pleased if superstar Cristiano Ronaldo left Real Madrid this off-season.

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Ronaldo, who played under Mourinho at the Bernabeu, has denied the charges and is threatening to leave Spain.

Ronaldo is expected to enter talks with Madrid chief Florentino Perez following Portugal's Confederations Cup campaign.

Mourinho led Madrid to the Liga title in 2011-12, before first returning to Chelsea and then taking over at Old Trafford a year ago.

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