Football Superstar Ronaldo expected in Madrid Tuesday for tax fraud trial


Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo is expected back in Madrid on Tuesday viagra women to attend a trial for tax evasion where Spanish prosecutors are asking for a 23-month prison sentence and fine.

Ronaldo’s former Madrid teammate Xabi Alonso is also due in court next Tuesday for another case of tax fraud.

Portuguese striker Ronaldo, who left Real Madrid for Juventus last July, is expected to plead guilty after he agreed a settlement worth 18.8 million euros with Spanish tax authorities last summer.

However, he is unlikely to serve any time in prison as Spanish buy propecia without prescription law states a sentence of under two years for a first offence can be served on probation.