Man Utd and Newcastle in HMRC tax probe as it nets £464m from football world

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Man Utd and Newcastle in HMRC tax probe as it nets £464m from football world

The UK's HM Revenue & Customs clawed back around £464m from football players, clubs and agents after a six-year probe into the sport, the Daily Mirror has reported today (29 July). Over the last year HMRC recovered £55.6m following investigations into 93 footballers over potential tax avoidance breaches. A further 23 agents and nine clubs are under investigation, according to a Freedom of Information request revealed by the Daily Mirror. HMRC had collected £463.9m "by tackling non-co...

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