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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, Sept. 5, 2013
Barcelona striker Lionel Messi and his father Jorge have paid $6.6 million to the Spanish tax authorities as a "corrective payment" after the pair was accused of filing false tax returns. The authorities have accused the Messis of hiding close to $5.3 million after filing incomplete tax returns between 2006 ... Read the whole story
Gareth Bale has described his world record transfer from Tottenham Hotspur to Real Madrid as being "very stressful," claiming that there were times when he feared the $132 million deal would collapse. Read the whole story
Kaka admits that he did "lose a little desire" for the game during his frustrating four-year stint at Real Madrid, which he hopes to recover now that he is back at AC Milan. The 31-year-old on Monday completed his return to the Serie A giant on a free transfer, four ... Read the whole story
The mysterious collapse of Athletic Bilbao midfielder Ander Herrera's move to Manchester United was not due to "imposters" posing as United officials, as was previously reported in Spain; it was rather due to the failure of United officials to understand the complexities of Spanish buy-out clauses. Read the whole story
Marca reports that Jose Mourinho's son Jose Mario has signed for Fulham. The 14-year-old goalkeeper opted to join the youth setup at the Cottagers instead of Mourinho's current club, Chelsea. Read the whole story
Another Brazilian investor is claiming that he is owed a portion of Neymar's $75 million transfer from Santos to Barcelona, which was completed in June. According to ESPN, third party investors Sonda and DIS Esporte are up in arms over being attributed a share of the $22.3 million that was ... Read the whole story
As the transfer window was coming to a close on Monday, Galatasaray pulled off a coup in signing Portuguese wonderkid Bruma from Sporting Lisbon for $13 million. The 18-year-old joined the Turkish giant on a five-year contract. Read the whole story


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