According to Spanish news publication Infolibres, Real Madrid legend Ronaldo De Lima averted paying tax on his hefty €1m per year wage during his role as membership ambassador as he was not below contract.
In 2016, Ronaldo De Lima was appointed as an ambassador to Real Madrid, returning to the membership to work below Florentino Perez.
Roberto Carlos and Raul Gonzalez had been additionally given ambassadorial roles on the Bernabeu after enjoying key roles within the membership’s success during their enjoying days.
However, reviews declare that whereas Ronaldo De Lima was paid a hefty £1m per year, the deal was not signed in a contract, that means the Brazilian evaded paying tax to the Spanish authorities.
Ronaldo signed for Real Madrid from Inter Milan in a £36.3m actual again in 2002, and he would stamp his identify as the membership’s most deadly striker.
The two-time Balon d’Or winner hit 104 targets in 117 appearances during his five-year stick with Real Madrid, earlier than making a sensational return to Inter Milan.
Real Madrid Legend Ronaldo De Lima now answerable for Real Valladolid
Former Real Madrid star Ronaldo De Lima took management La Liga outfit Real Valladolid again in September 2018, when he purchased 51% of the membership’s shares following his ambassadorial responsibility with Real Madrid.
The former Real Madrid striker claimed snapping up the La Liga membership was like a reward to him as he searched England and Spain for groups to buy.
“I was looking for something to do for two years. I looked for a team to buy in Spain and England, and Valladolid was like a gift,” Ronaldo mentioned through Sky Sports.
“Not only is it a club with 90 years of history behind it, it’s a city with 300,000 inhabitants and is a place that breathes football and all this means it has huge potential.”
The Real Madrid Legend now has 82% shares at Valladolid. However, the newly promoted facet has struggled to hit the bottom operating within the Spanish prime flight.
They are at the moment in seventeenth-place within the La Liga, stage on level with Alaves who’re within the relegation zone.