According to the British press, superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has to pay £ 12 million in taxes every year after returning to Man United.
Specifically, Ronaldo is earning a salary of £ 26.52 million per year from Man United. As a result, he will have to pay £12 million in taxes every year.
Following current tax regulations, the UK government requires a personal income tax rate of 45% on any income over £150,000. At the moment, Ronaldo is having a huge wage of £ 510,000 / week at Old Trafford.
Despite paying a lot of taxes, Ronaldo still enjoys £13.74 million a year.
Kevin De Bruyne
In the list of Premier League football stars that pay the most taxes, Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne must be mentioned. He earns 400 thousand pounds per week. Like Ronaldo, the Belgian star has to pay tax of about 10.8 million pounds annually.
David de Gea
Man United goalkeeper David de Gea also has to “contribute” £ 9.4 million to the UK tax office.
His teammates Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane have to pay £ 8.77 million and £ 8.52 million in taxes, respectively.
At Chelsea, striker Romelu Lukaku is enjoying a wage of £ 325,000 a week. He has to pay £8.14m in tax on his £16.9m a year salary.