They are investigating transfer and power of attorney fees between 2019 and 2021.

Italian police appear at the Juventus Football Club offices in Turin and Milan after authorities investigate an accounting case with the team, he wrote.

The subject of the investigation is the amounts paid by the club for transfer and agency fees between 2019 and 2021 and the profits derived therefrom. Police are investigating six leaders of the club and the organization itself, including President Andrea Agnelli and Vice President Pavel Nedved.

At the request of the Turin Public Prosecutor’s Office, the authorities removed transfer papers, invoices and economic data from the club on suspicion that non-existent transactions were also booked.

Incidentally, Juventus lost close to £180m last year, and it is no coincidence that Andrea Agnelli was one of the last club leaders to stick with the lucrative but morally breakaway Europa League project. The team is currently ranked sixth in the Italian League.

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