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The football clubs that owe the most money to the Treasury

The Tax agency has revealed the list of defaulters to the Treasury in 2021 in more than 600,000 e


The Tax agency has revealed the list of defaulters to the Treasury in 2021 in more than 600,000 euros. Up to 7,037 debtors, between companies and individuals, representing a total of 17,710 million euros not collected by the state. Among the names are several football clubs: some of them, already disappeared; others, currently competing.

the extinct UD Salamanca It is the football entity that owes the most money to the Treasury with €13,426,625 in debt. He is followed by Real Murcia CF, which has a debt of €10,134,165. Another club with sports activity, the Xerez CD, occupies third place in the disastrous ranking with €8,766,361 in debt to the Spanish state. From behind come six football entities whose number is already smaller.

the extinct CF City of Murcia owes €3,625,227, the recently disappeared Extremadura UD owes €2,825,888, the Hercules CF has €2,395,195 in debt, the Lleida Sports owes €1,693,435, the deceased Reus Sports must still pay €1,339,983 to the Treasury and the Real Jaen CF he still owes €1,076,234. Some national football clubs also contract debts with the Treasury, but they do not appear on the list as they are less than €600,000.

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To this must be added the surprising appearance of two Brazilian football clubs, Santos and Cruzeiro; and two Argentines, Banfield and Racing de Avellaneda. The Treasury claims 3,258,059 euros from the first for the signing of Neymar, a figure that has been maintained since 2018. As for footballers, they remain Daniel Alves, with €2,087,653 in debt; and Samuel Eto’owith €981,598.