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The sportsmen named and shamed in the Panama Papers

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Eugenio Figueredo

Former FIFA vice-president

Gabriel Heinze

The ex-Real Madrid, Manchester United and Roma left full created Galena Mills Corp in the Virgin Islands. The Argentine's mother was listed as the owner of the company.

Juan Pedro Damiani

The FIFA ethics committee's very own Juan Pedro Damiani collaborated with seven tax haven-based companies linked with bribery embattled Figueredo.

Leonardo Ulloa

The Leicester City goal getter signed his economic and image rights over to Drive Sports Rights LLC, a New York-registered company. Turns out the director of the company was not a real person, but instead a two Samoa-based companies.


Oh Leo, not again! The Argentine and his pop registered the humbly titled Mega Star Entreprises in Panama, a company that didn't come up during his Spanish court hearing.

Michael Platini

The disgraced former UEFA boss availed of the services of Mossack Fonseca.

Iván Zamorano

The legendary Chilean striker owns a company in the Virgin Islands.

Alex Crivillé

The Moto GP driver set up a company in the Virgin Islands to get out of paying his taxes.

Nick Faldo

The English golfer appeared as the owner of an offshore company back in 2006.

Darko Kovacevic

The Serbian was one of seven Real Sociedad players who received part of their pay packets through offshore entities.

Clarence Seedorf

The multi-linguistic Dutchman's motorcycle team, Seedorf Racing, signed a sponsorship deal with Image Building Ltd, who (you guessed it) are based in the Virgin Islands.

Gianni Infantino

The newly appointed FIFA president's name appears on one of the leaked documents. The Swiss football administrator signed a contract with a tax haven-based company back in 2006.