Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo is facing charges for alleged tax fraud of as much as £13million from Spanish prosecutors.
The case is based on four accounts of tax fraud between 2011 and 2014, and relates to Ronaldo allegedly covering up a chunk of his individual earnings.
The Portugal international could be in trouble for possible tax evasion, following similar recent charges for his long-time nemesis at Barcelona, Lionel Messi.
The Argentine forward and his father were given 21-month suspended sentences last summer, with Spanish laws seeing them avoid prison for a first-time offence and non-violent crime.
Messi was ordered to pay a fine of £1.7million after being found guilty, though this was over a reported £3.19million hidden away from Spanish tax authorities.