ANDhe new coach of Real Madrid, Carlo Ancelotti, figure in the list of defaulters made public by the Tax Agency with companies and individuals with the largest debts with the Treasury, over one million euros as of December 31, 2020.

This is where the Italian coach ‘enters’, who according to the list owes an amount of 1,462,562 euros, and the name of Dani Alves, former player of Seville and Barcelona and currently in Sao Paulo, with a debt of 2 million euros.

In last year’s list, the entry of Neymar, Paris Saint-Germain footballer and former FC Barcelona striker, who gets off the 2021 list. Not only did he appear for the first time on the Treasury blacklist; He also became the individual taxpayer who owed him the most money: 34.6 million euros.

Non-performing sports clubs are on this list again. Among the clubs that remain is the Reus (1.2 million) and Students, which owes 4 million euros to the Treasury, having reduced a million of debt since last year. They keep the Lleida Sports Union (11 million), the Salamanca Sports Union (13.4 million), the Real Jaen (2 million) and Real Murcia (10 million).

Other public figures such as the actress Paz Vega, the former president of Bankia and former minister Rodrigo Rato or the writer Ildefonso Falcones.