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PANAMA PAPERS

The sportsmen named and shamed in the Panama Papers

Eugenio Figueredo

Former FIFA vice-president

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Messi

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.

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Michael Platini

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

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Iván Zamorano

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

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Alex Crivillé

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

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Nick Faldo

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

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Darko Kovacevic

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

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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.

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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.

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