The Tax agency Spanish has published its annual list of defaulters, in which appear the natural and legal persons with debts to the Treasury that exceed one million euros as of December 31, 2020. A list that has come out Neymar, which was the largest debtor in 2019, with 34.6 million euros.

Along with Neymar, the former driver also leaves the list of defaulters Sito Pons (1.95 million), so that neither name appears between the 3,869 delinquent in 2020, with a total debt of 14,100 euros. A figure that is 1% less than the previous one, falling by around 100 euros that of 2019, as indicated by the Treasury.

Neymar and Pons are two of the 424 debtors from the list published in 2020. Between all of them, more than 1,095 million euros were owed. Debts that have already been canceled in whole or in part, postponed or suspended.

Carlo Ancelotti and Dani Alves, among those who enter the list

One of the main novelties of the list of defaulters is Carlo Ancelotti. The Real Madrid coach has a debt of about 1.4 million euros with the Treasury. Along with him there are also proper names of football as Dani Alves, with a debt of 2 millions, Y Jose Maria del Nido Carrasco, vice president of Sevilla FC and son of the former president of the Andalusian club, with a debt of 1.7 million.


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