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BARCELONA (Reuters) - Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric has been accused by Spanish prosecutors of tax fraud of up to 870,728 euros (£0.74 million) in image rights in 2013 and 2014, a court filing showed on Wednesday.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spanish soccer champions Real Madrid said on Wednesday they were confident their star player Cristiano Ronaldo, who faces accusations of committing tax fraud in the country, acted legally.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - It will be lights, camera, action with the Los Angeles 2024 Olympic bid in the spotlight when the International Olympic Committee visits Tinseltown this week as the race to host the Summer Games heats up.
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Divisions of U.S. media companies Twenty-First Century Fox Inc and Time Warner Inc won a joint contract to broadcast Argentine soccer matches for five years from next season, the Argentine Football Association said on Tuesday.
DURBAN (Reuters) - South Africa’s government has expressed disappointment at the decision to strip Durban of the right to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games, saying the budget it had guaranteed for the event was sufficient.
MUNICH (Reuters) - Bayern Munich, driven by strong sponsorship and marketing results, posted a record annual turnover of 626.8 million euros (534 million pounds) for the 2015-16 fiscal year, up by more than 100 million from the previous year, the club said on Friday.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's High Court said on Friday it had reopened a fraud and corruption investigation into Brazilian football player Neymar over his transfer to Barcelona from Santos, after an appeal by the public prosecutor.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Rio de Janeiro will try to convince Brazil's government to leave in place indefinitely the national security force that protected the Olympics to cut down on crime amid a budget crisis, state public safety secretary Jose Mariano Beltrame said on Thursday.
SYDNEY/RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - When the No. 1 TV station of sports-mad Australia revealed its Olympics broadcast would wipe $50 million (£38.2 million) from annual profits, it was more than a warning for shareholders - it was a sign that the business model of the Games was being shaken up.