False budget and fictitious capital gains: Juventus achieved


“Suspicious” capital gains and market movements over the past three years Juventus: Juventus have been investigated for false accounting. President Andrea Agnelli, Vice President Pavel Nedved and former manager Fabio Paratici were targeted today in Tottenham by Guardia di Finanza. Guardia di Finanza has obtained documents at the club’s headquarters in Corso Galileo Ferraris, and these will be movements of around € 50million. The movements of the past three years have aroused the suspicions of the Turin public prosecutor’s office, which on Thursday evening gave a mandate to the Guardia di Finanza to search the headquarters of the Juventus club.

The charge is fake accounting, fake invoices and the president has found himself in the crosshairs of suspects Andrea Agnelli, Pavel Nedved, former sports director Fabio Paratici and three other executives and former directors of Bianconeri in the financial field. The investigation, coordinated by prosecutors Mario Bandoni, Sirio Santorello and assistant Marco Gianoglio, comes after investigations were already launched weeks ago by Consop and Kovesoc. These surveys focus on the revenues of the Players Rights Administration, and it is not the first time that the justice system has encountered problems of this nature and then strives to establish an absolute value for individual players. Various odds, often inflated, by the clubs.

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