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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 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.

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