TaxPersonal TaxHarry Redknapp charged with £40,000 tax evasion

Harry Redknapp charged with £40,000 tax evasion

Spurs manager faces court with former Portsmouth chairman Milan Mandaric over Monaco bank payments

Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp has been charged with tax evasion.

Redknapp faces two counts of evading tax charges of £40,000 following alleged
payments of $295,000 (£183,000) by former Portsmouth owner Milan Mandaric, via a
Monaco bank account while he was employed by the south coast club.

Mandaric is jointly charged with Redknapp following a three year
investigation by HMRC and City of London Police into alleged corruption in
football.

In a statement, Redknapp’s solicitor, Ian Burton, said Redknapp had
“co-operated fully with investigators during the course of this inquiry and is
confident of a successful outcome to these court proceedings”.

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