Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly accepted a two-year suspended prison sentence after striking a deal with the Spanish tax authorities.
The Spanish Treasury had previously accused the former Real Madrid star of not paying tax on his earnings received for his image rights between 2011 and 2014, which came to £12.8m.
According to Spanish publication Cadena Cope, the 32-year-old already paid the treasury £12.1m of the 16.8m last week.
Ronaldo has also reportedly accepted the prison sentence, although he won't serve any actual time as a sentence in Spain two years or under can be served on probation.
The same report claims that the remaining £4.7m is yet to be paid, but that is made up of fines and administrative costs.
Ronaldo has since left Spain as he was unveiled as Juventus player on Monday, signing a four-year deal.