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Ronaldo's tax fraud case to be heard on July 31

The four-time World Player of The Tear, who said last week his "conscience is clear", is threatening to leave Real Madrid over the affair. Meanwhile, as fans and the rest of the soccer world are rattled by this rumored monumental transfer, Ronaldo appears to be focused on what he now has at hand - winning the Confederations Cup for his homeland Portugal's national team.



SHOCKER: Cristiano Ronaldo No Longer Wants To Leave Real Madrid

Jose Mourinho was yesterday accused by Spanish authorities of failing to pay €3.3 million (S$5.1 million) in taxes at Real Madrid , as the Spanish club's star player Cristiano Ronaldo was summoned to appear before a judge next month. The only thing I know is that Cristiano is very angry with the treatment he has received in the press". However, Perez said that he had not spoken to Ronaldo, who is on duty for Portugal at the Confederations Cup in Russian Federation, which ends on July 2.


Nationals' Scherzer holds Marlins hitless through 7 innings

Nationals' Scherzer holds Marlins hitless through 7 innings

Nearly everything the Nationals offense did worked out on Tuesday. Cole (5-6) held the Brewers to one run and three hits. Scherzer (8-5) threw no-hitters against the Pirates and Mets in 2015, and he seemed on his way to another when he began the eighth inning with a 1-0 lead.



India cricket greats lament as Kohli topples Kumble

Earlier, it was reported that as many as ten players were against Kumble continuing as India coach. "The acting secretary, the CEO (chief executive office), they discussed the matter with Kumble and Kohli in great detail, the board consulted the chairman of the COA Committee of Administrators ( Vinod Rai ) also.



Cristiano Ronaldo Summoned to Appear Before Spanish Judge Over Tax Issues

Meanwhile, as fans and the rest of the soccer world are rattled by this rumored monumental transfer, Ronaldo appears to be focused on what he now has at hand - winning the Confederations Cup for his homeland Portugal's national team. Perez said Ronaldo had clearly done nothing wrong and Perez was appalled that the "presumption of innocence is not respected" by the media who have branded the player a delinquent.



Ronaldo heads Portugal to 1-0 win over Russia at Confed Cup

This is the first time in the history of Federation Internationale de Football Association when a player was escorted by a disabled child. The goal was Ronaldo's 74th of his worldwide career-the most among all active players and the national record for Portugal .