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Carlo Ancelotti comments on the tax allegations

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Carlo Ancelotti comments on the tax allegations

The responsible public prosecutor’s office in Madrid accuses Carlo Ancelotti of tax fraud. The Real coach spoke on this topic for the first time after the second leg against Leipzig.

Does Carlo Ancelotti have to go to prison? A Madrid public prosecutor’s office is demanding exactly that for the Real coach, who commented for the first time on the explosive allegations that emerged on Wednesday morning after the flattering advance in the round of 16 in the Champions League against RB Leipzig.

They specifically accuse the 64-year-old Italian of tax fraud, although it was not about his club salary, but rather about income from his own image rights and similar income. Incidentally, what is affected is not the second period in which Ancelotti has coached Los Blancos – since 2021 – but rather his stay during his first term in office in the Spanish capital between 2013 and 2015.

It’s probably a specific question

The exact status of this stay is now at the core of Ancelotti’s attitude that he has not allowed himself to be guilty of anything. “I am convinced that I am innocent,” said the four-time Champions League winner on Wednesday evening in the mixed zone – and also gave reasons for it. The Italian, who said he had already paid a fine to the public prosecutor, explained that he was not living in Madrid at the time. Clarifying this question is crucial.

The responsible public prosecutor’s office, which according to Ancelotti has at least seen things differently so far, is publicly demanding four years and nine months in prison for the Real Madrid head coach, who has already extended his contract, which expires in the summer, until 2026. Ancelotti’s employer has not yet commented on the allegations and the impending consequences.

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In Spain, some major football personalities, including Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, have been targeted by the tax authorities in recent years. None of them had to go to prison.

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