"The Law of Mbappé." In Madrid, there may be a legislative enactment regarding taxation

Football news 23 apr 2024, 10:31
Steven Perez Dailysports's expert Steven Perez
"The Law of Mbappé." In Madrid, there may be a legislative enactment regarding taxation Photo: https://twitter.com/MbappeCentral

In the Spanish capital, Madrid, preparations are underway for the consideration of a law pertaining to tax reduction, as reported by El Nacional.

The legislation envisages that all foreign workers relocating to Madrid and engaging in investments there should be subject to a 24% income tax. Media outlets have already dubbed this law the "Mbappé Law," referring to the potential transfer of the French striker to Real Madrid.

Recall that previously in Spain, there was the well-known "Beckham Law," which stipulated that a worker must pay 24% of their income up to 600 thousand euros and 47% of the amount exceeding the allowable threshold. Therefore, upon the adoption of the new Mbappé law, Mbappé may evade the second portion of payments.

It is worth recalling that Barcelona president Joan Laporta has stated that his club may demand a match replay. This follows a controversial incident in the middle of the first half, when Real Madrid goalkeeper Andriy Lunin deflected a shot from Lamine Yamal straight from a corner kick on the goal line.

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