Juve, champion of the show off on the transfer market?
As we reported to you at the end of October, the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) is investigating 62 suspicious transfers made by Serie A clubs between 2018 and 2021. The investigations have since accelerated.
Indeed, according to the Italian press, the financial police raided the Milanese and Turin offices of Juventus.
The Piedmontese club would be affected by 42 of the 62 transfers that generated “suspicious capital gains”.
The Pjanic-Arthur exchange at the heart of suspicion
President Andrea Agnelli, Vice-President Pavel Nedved and former sports director Fabio Paratici, who has since left for Tottenham, are in the sights of investigators.
Still according to our transalpine colleagues, these capital gains would await, for the Juve club alone, an amount of around 50 million euros.
The financial package, which we detailed in a previous article, would have enabled the Piedmontese club to present balanced accounts within the framework of financial fair play via player exchanges, such as the one carried out in the summer of 2020 with the Barça between Pjanic and Arthur.
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