The Portuguese worldwide is now in Russian Federation competing for the European champions in the Confederations Cup.
The first problem likely to be is convincing Real Madrid to sell, even if the player had decided he wants to go. Both Ronaldo and Mourinho are clients of football super-agent Jorge Mendes, who has been summoned to appear before the court at Pozuelo de Alarcon on June 27.
Mourinho is yet to comment on his case, but the Spanish authorities must be having a field day with this bunch.
The agency published copies of the certificates.
Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo will reportedly testify in court on July 31 regarding his alleged tax fraud.
Statements from the prosecution indicate that Ronaldo will be charged with using offshore financial instruments, including holdings in the British Virgin Islands, to hide payments made to him for the use of his brand to promote products. Ronaldo via his representatives last week denied any wrongdoing.
The report also claims that Ronaldo will have another bid for his signature from the Chinese Super League, although he has no plans to make the move to the Far East this summer as he wants to remain in Europe.
They added that Mourinho had already dealt with questions raised by tax authorities in 2015, settling issues with his 2011 and 2012 filings and reaching a settlement regarding 2013.