He Supreme Court has decided to give the back to the claims of Jose Mourinho and has confirmed the debt that the Portuguese had with Tax authorities for the exercises in which he was coach of the real Madrid. This is reflected in a ruling to which El Periódico de España, from Grupo Prensa Ibérica, has had access, and which explains that, according to the inspectors of the Tax Agency,The Special One He was wrongly taxed by personal income tax for the years 2010 to 2012, which is why he would have a debt to the treasury of almost 1.5 million euros. However, when justice considered that what happened in the first of those years would have been prescribed, the total amount would have been reduced.
The final amount that he has to pay is not detailed, however, in the ruling, but the decision that the Supreme Court has now taken in rejecting Mourinho’s appeal confirms both that the Portuguese did not pay taxes correctly and that he did so. investigated in 2010 cannot be taken into account for the final calculation of the debt. It is the same conclusion reached by the National audience in 2021.
Jose Mourinho He arrived at Real Madrid in May 2010 to revitalize the team in Florentino Pérez’s second stage at the helm of the club. The year he arrived, Mou was chosen as the best coach in the world by FIFA. However, the love affair with the white club and with Spain lasted three years, until 2013, and, a year later, when he was already coaching Chelsea, the Treasury notified him that it was investigating him for both the Personal Income Tax from 2010 to 2012 and the Tax. on Non-Resident Income of 2013.
Payments to Jorge Mendes
The technicians of Tax authoritiesexplains the ruling consulted by this newspaper, they charged Mourinho with the payments made by Real Madrid to his work and economic activity. Gestifutethe company that represents the coach and is owned by Jorge Mendes. Therefore, what the treasury maintains is that the money they paid from the Santiago Bernabeu to Mendes were in reality payments that should have been made by Setúbal, whose tax base and, therefore, its taxation would be artificially reduced.