“Suspicious deals” ravage the Italian league, and Juventus is at the top of the list

“Suspicious deals” ravage the Italian league, and Juventus is at the top of the list
“Suspicious deals” ravage the Italian league, and Juventus is at the top of the list

Milan – Reuters
An Italian Football Federation official said on Wednesday that the Federal Prosecutor had opened an investigation into the transfers of a number of players in Serie A.
The Supervisory Committee of the First Division Clubs issued a report on the transfer of players and submitted it to the Federal Public Prosecutor, who opened an investigation.
The Supervisory Committee of Football Clubs in the Italian League submitted a report to the Federal Prosecutor, regarding transfer deals for players between Italian clubs of various degrees surrounded by suspicions of capital gains and inflation in the real values ​​of players.
According to the Italian newspapers, “La Repubblica” and “Timpo”, the Supervisory Committee examined a number of player deals between clubs, and reports say that the Club Supervisory Committee sent a detailed report to the Public Prosecutor and to the President of the Italian Federation Gravinia, asking them to investigate and consider a number of players. The deals amounted to 62 deals, of which 42 were Juventus club, which exchanged a number of players worth 90 million euros, but the feasibility of these deals did not exceed three million euros.
Napoli club also participated in a number of suspicious deals, according to reports, after contracting with a number of players worth 20 million euros, but these are now in the third and fourth divisions, and one of the players is in France without any club representing it, and the reports pointed to The case is now with the attorney general’s office, which will study the documents and then a formal case may be opened.

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