Ancelotti Faces Four Years In Prison Over Fraud Charge

Real Madrid head coach, Carlo Ancelotti, could reportedly face over four years in prison after prosecuters in Madrid charged the Italian with having defrauded the Treasury to the tune of over €1million.

Quoting reports in Spain, Daily Mail stated that Ancelotti is said to have not paid the necessary tax during his first stint managing Madrid between 2013 and 2015, despite being registered as a resident in Spain for tax purposes.

Ancelotti allegedly declared his earnings from his Real Madrid salary, but is claimed to have omitted money earnt from his image rights, instead transferring the sum to an entity named Vapia Limited.

He has been charged with two crimes against Spain’s Public Treasury by the Provincial Prosecutor’s Officer in Madrid, and as per Marca, a prison sentence of four years and nine months has been requested should Ancelotti be found guilty.

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