Cristiano Ronaldo accepts two-year prison sentence in Spanish tax evasion case

Ronaldo can take Italian football back to where it was says Neymar

Cristiano Ronaldo leaves huge £17 850 tip at Greek resort

Cristiano Ronaldo has settled a tax dispute with the Spanish treasury by accepting a two year prison sentence and has already paid a £12.1m fine to the treasury, according to reports in Spain.

Cristiano Ronaldo has been sharing the wealth after his blockbuster move to Juventus by leaving staff at a Greek hotel £17,850 tip.

The 33-year-old former Real Madrid player surprised the world when he moved to Italian Juventus football club earlier this month.

"So I just don't see it being a possible move for anyone to get anywhere near".

"Players of my age go to China or Qatar so coming to such an important club at this stage in my career makes me very happy".

The Brazilian sent an emotional tribute to Ronaldo after the five-time Ballon d'Or victor penned a four-year contract with the Italian champions.

Cristiano Ronaldo leaves huge £17 850 tip at Greek resort

And Neymar, who came up against Ronaldo on numerous occasions in El Clasico as well as in last season's Champions League round of 16, believes CR7's arrival will give the Italian top flight the same feel it had when he was watching as a youngster.

"He is a legend in football, a genius".

Bellamy told the Daily Star: "It's changed with Ronaldo going, I think it opens up".

Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously had reported that Neymar has reportedly confirmed that he will stay back at his Paris Saint Germain next season.

"It's a dream for me", he said. "I have a contract and I want to win with this club", Neymar said in his first public appearance since Brazil was eliminated in the World Cup quarterfinals by Belgium.

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