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A new earthquake has just hit Juventus tonight. The Turin Prosecutor’s Office has released a statement in which he announces that, starting this afternoon, soldiers of the Guardia di Finanza (financial police) are conducting searches at the Turin and Milan headquarters of the bianconero club.

The military are recovering the documentation of the balance sheets between 2019 and 2021 and investigating a possible crime of “false communications of listed companies” and issuance of invoices for “non-existent operations”. Committed by the club’s management and the business, financial and sports management areas.

Under the magnifying glass of the investigation are the capital gains which, recently, the Italian Football Federation and the CONSOB also took care of. According to the ‘Corriere della Sera’, those investigated are President Andrea Agnelli, his vice Pavel Nedved, former sports director Fabio Paratici (now at Tottenham) and three other managers.

The movements would have a value of 50 million euros and, among them, is the Barter between Arthur and Pjanic. The Brazilian was transferred for 72 million euros from Barcelona, ​​while the Bosnian cost the Catalans 60 million. Valuations that served to help the balance sheets and that, at the same time, set off the alarms of the institutions.