The Italian police raid the Juventus offices as part of the investigation into the contracts

Rome: The Italian public funds police have searched Juventus’ offices in Turin and Milan, a representative of the prosecutor’s office said, looking for documents relating to the sale and purchase of players in the period between 2019 and 2021. Juventus and the club most successful Italian after winning the local championship 36 times, and its shares are listed on the Milan stock exchange, while Exor Holdings owns a majority stake in its shares. In a statement released late Friday evening, Turin prosecutor Ana Maria Loreto said the investigation was aimed at seeking prove of allegations that senior Juventus officials provided incorrect information to investors and issued invoices relating to false agreements that did not take place. And Loreto added: “The investigations involve many agreements for the sale of players and the services provided by some customers. in this context. “Exor and Juventus did not comment on what was stated in the statement. The Italian public prosecutor said last month that it had opened an investigation into a series of agreements for the purchase and sale of Serie A players. Juventus said in September that the country’s market regulator was looking into the revenue made from player purchases. (Reuters)

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