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The hair transplant clinics that Cristiano Ronaldo co-owns are reportedly under investigation by authorities over tax issues.
Al-Nassr and Portugal star Ronaldo - who earns a whopping £173million-a-year - has diversified his income by investing in several business interests throughout his career.
Forbes estimated his net worth in 2023 was $500m (£409m), but according to Spanish outlet Sport, Ronaldo could be in trouble.
The 38-year-old owns several Insparya Medical Clinic hair transplant clinics, but these are being probed by The Tax Agency in Spain.
The report claims they have opened a file against the hair transplant clinics after they issued several invoices without VAT to hundreds of clients between 2019 and 2021.
The hair transplant clinics that Cristiano Ronaldo co-owns are reportedly under investigation
Ronaldo co-owns several of these clinics but they failed to charge VAT to several clients
The business claim in defence that alopecia 'is a disease' and therefore 'medical