A source close to the case said that “the Italian public finance police seized documents as part of an investigation into allegations of financial irregularities at the Italian football club Juventus.”
The source said: “These documents were found by police during searches carried out on Wednesday in the cities of Turin, Milan and Rome, and included offices belonging to institutions that advised players on their salaries and rights in 2019-2020 and 2020- Seasons 2021”.
Juventus, owned by the Agnelli family and based in Turin, declined to comment.
The club has previously said it “always complies with the law in its dealings and cooperates fully with the authorities.”
And Juventus said last December that “Italian judicial authorities had ordered a search of his offices as part of their investigations related to the financial aspects of the deal to sell Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo.”
Juventus are preparing a huge offer to sign Egyptian striker Mohamed Salah if Liverpool’s negotiations with him to renew him fail, according to press reports.
And the Gazzetta dello Sport revealed that “Juve” is a great offer to sign the Egyptian “Pharaoh” next season.
Salah will end his contract with Liverpool in the summer of 2023, and if an agreement is not reached with the ‘Reds’ to extend the contract, it is expected that this season will be the player’s last with the English team.
Salah, 29, had previously played professionally in Italy with Fiorentina and Roma, before heading to the Premier League in 2017 to play for Liverpool, following his unsuccessful experience with Chelsea in 2014.