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Capital gains Juve, the first two suspects do not respond to the prosecutors

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Two of the suspects in the investigation of the Turin prosecutor’s office on Juventus’ accounts announce that they want to make use of the possibility of not answering the questioning. These are former managers Marco Re (called for today) and Stefano Bertola. “The issues under discussion – explains their lawyer, the lawyer Luigi Chiappero – are essentially of a technical nature and require reflection”. It is a defensive line that could also be followed by the other four suspects: the president Andrea Agnelli, his right-hand man Pavel Nedved, the former sporting director Fabio Paratici now ds of Tottenham and another former manager, Stefano Cerrato. But for the moment they have not formally received the call from the prosecutors.

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by Sarah Martinenghi

King was not among the recipients of the searches ordered by the prosecutors. The investigation by magistrates and the financial police focused on the capital gains made (largely) on the exchanges of players with other clubs. “In 2015 – observes the lawyer – the legislation has changed. Evaluation, in itself, is not a crime. There is great discretion. If there are answers to be given, we must first know the content of the disputes. At the moment it is not. we know “.

In the meantime, we learn that the technical advice that the Turin prosecutor will probably entrust as part of the investigation into Juventus accounts will not be on the value of the players. The orientation of the magistrates is to entrust a budget expert with the task of examining the correct location of the posts and dealing with any rectification. Therefore, according to what has been learned, the criteria with which the experts establish the “prices” of the athletes in the context of the sale or exchange operations will not be taken into consideration.


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