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Soccer star Ronaldo to answer tax fraud charges in Spain

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MADRID (Reuters) - Cristiano Ronaldo is due in court in Spain on Tuesday to answer charges of evading taxes during his nine-year reign as Spanish side Real Madrid's all-time highest scorer.
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Cristiano Ronaldo arrives in court in Madrid to face accusations of tax fraud, where he is expected to plead guilty after striking a deal last year with authorities.

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