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The police enter the Juve offices and investigate various crimes and one is Barcelona in the middle

The Turin Prosecutor’s Office has announced an investigation into Juventus in Turin and has already started searches at the Turin and Milan venues. The club’s management is being investigated for the purchase of footballers and other unclear operations in the last three years. Operations like the one they performed Juventus and Barcelona in the exchange of Arthur and Pjanic. There are suspicions for possible accounting fraud.

Arthur, A former Barcelona footballer was traded for 72 million, while Pjanic, a former Juventus player, cost Barcelona 60 million. It was always an operation that generated many doubts. At that time, as is also the case today, Barcelona and Juventus did not have a good economic situation and had to balance their balances. The authorities are compiling information on the last three balance sheets because there are indications of crime due to “false communications from listed companies and issuance of invoices for nonexistent operations.”

The Finance Guard (tax affairs police) confirmed in a statement that last night its agents accessed the Juventus headquarters with the order to collect documentation related to the accounts for the period 2019-2021. Specifically, the Prosecutor’s Office ordered to collect information on the sale of players and on the formation of budgets.

The investigation opened by the Turin Prosecutor’s Office delves into the possibility that the Juventus management has committed crimes such as document falsification and issuance of false invoices on non-existent operations. The attention of the prosecutors is focused on the transfer, transfer or sale of players and the benefits of some intermediary agents. Those investigated are the directors of the commercial, financial and sports management areas.

The operation began on Friday afternoon after the closing of the Milan Stock Exchange in order not to interfere with the listing of the “bianconero” club. This is part of an investigation called “Prism” which began in May 2021 and is led by a team of economic crimes prosecutors, made up of Ciro Santoriello, Mario Bendoni and Marco Gianoglio. “There are various professional player transfer operations and services provided by some agents involved in the relative intermediaries under consideration. To protect the financial market, the searches were initiated after the close of weekly trading on the Italian Stock Exchange”, says the commune of the Prosecutor’s Office.

Among those investigated, according to the media, are the President Andrea Agnelli, your vice president, Pavel Nedved, the former head of the sports section, Fabio Paratici, the current head of the corporate and financial area, Stefano Cerrato, his predecessor, Stefano Bertola and the former financial director, Marco Re


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