Real Madrid and Portuguese hotshot, Cristiano Ronaldo has apparently acknowledged a two-year suspended prison sentence and fined €18.8m after to end his tax avoidance case.

Spanish daily paper El Mundo investigated Friday that Ronaldo, who is at present with the Portuguese national group at the World Cup in Russia, consented to pay the extensive fine in regards to four assessment of offences and a two-year imprison sentence

The five-time Ballon d'Or victor had been blamed for cheating the Spanish legislature of £12.9m by prosecutors, and around then he denied all claims when he showed up in Spanish court the previous summer.

In any case, as a major aspect of the arrangement, Ronaldo is accounted for to have conceded to the offenses and consented to pay back the claimed dodged charge, in addition to extra fines and intrigue.

The report likewise asserts that the endorse will be closed down once the required gatherings including the new chief of the Spanish Tax Agency, fasten their marks.