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Cristiano Ronaldo's £12.9m move from Juventus to Manchester United IS under investigation from Italian prosecutors ...

The Daily Mail 03 Dec 2021
Turin prosecutors said last week they were already looking into whether senior managers at Juventus gave false communications to investors and issued invoices for non-existent transactions ... The club's offices in Turin and Milan were raided by police last Friday with player contracts, invoices and financial statements taken as evidence.
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Italian police ‘could summon Ronaldo for questioning’

Russia Today 02 Dec 2021
The Serie A giants' offices in Turin and Milan were hit by a financial police raid last Friday with paperwork pertaining to player contracts as well as invoices and other similar paperwork taken in as evidence.
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Cristiano Ronaldo 'could face questioning by Italian authorities as part of the investigation into Juventus' ...

The Daily Mail 02 Dec 2021
The club's offices in Turin and Milan were raided by police last Friday with player contracts, invoices and financial statements taken as evidence ... The club's offices were raided last Friday with contracts, invoices and statements all taken.
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Cristiano Ronaldo’s Juventus contract: what are authorities investigating?

Russia Today 30 Nov 2021
Juventus are undergoing an investigation by the Prosecutors' Office involving a wide range of leaders and employees at Italy's most successful football club ... At the weekend, Italian finance police raided the Turin and Milan offices of the Serie A side in search of documents related to its transfers during three seasons up to and including 2020/21.
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Serie A scores, highlights: Juventus back to winning ways despite Dybala's missed penalty; Atalanta romp

CBS Sports 30 Nov 2021
Tuesday's Serie A action on Paramount+ saw Juventus beat Salernitana to close back in on the European places while Atalanta thumped Venezia to remain seven points clear of the Bianconeri in the UEFA Champions League spots ... Atalanta 4, Venezia 0 ... The dribbling by Luis Muriel😍 ... Fiorentina 3, Sampdoria 1 ... 1 ... Turin police search Juventus' office in probe ... .
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Calciopoli was the darkest moment in Italian football history, but the new police raid on ...

The Daily Mail 30 Nov 2021
When news broke over the weekend that Juventus' offices in Turin and Milan had been raided by police, minds were cast back 15 years to the Calciopoli scandal which ripped apart Italian football and decimated Juve for years to come ... Juventus find themselves under scrutiny once more after police raided two of their offices.
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Serie A live streams, schedule, odds: How to watch Juventus, Napoli, Roma and more in ...

CBS Sports 30 Nov 2021
Midweek Serie A play returns on Paramount+ this week and after a topsy turvy weekend, anything could happen. The past weekend saw Sassuolo topple AC Milan, Atalanta defeat Juventus and Empoli see off Fiorentina ... Sassuolo vs. Napoli. Date. Wednesday, Dec. 1 . Time. 2.45 p.m. ETLive stream ... Why watch ... Atalanta vs ... Turin police search Juventus' office in probe ... .
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Police raids and Serie A slide leave Juventus in turmoil

China Daily 30 Nov 2021
Much uncertainty, though, hangs over Juve's leadership in the coming weeks after financial police searched the club's offices in Turin and Milan on Friday to gather information relating to player transfers and agent dealings between 2019 and this year.
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Juventus 'could be RELEGATED to Serie B and STRIPPED of their last Serie A title' ...

The Daily Mail 29 Nov 2021
A statement released by the Turin Public Prosecutor's Office read last week. 'Since (Friday) afternoon, on the orders of this Public Prosecutor's Office, soldiers of the Guardia di Finanza have been carrying out local searches at the Turin and Milan offices of Juventus Football Club Spa.
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Italian police raid Juventus offices over financial irregularity claims

Malaysian National News Agency 29 Nov 2021
"Since this afternoon, on the orders of this Public Prosecutor's Office, soldiers of the Guardia di Finanza (financial police unit in Italy) have been carrying out local searches at the Turin and Milan offices of Juventus Football Club Spa," Anadolu Agency (AA) ...
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EXCLUSIVE: Tottenham's £47m deal for Cristian Romero among 42 transfers investigated by Italian authorities amid ...

The Daily Mail 29 Nov 2021
The club’s offices in Turin and Milan were raided by police last Friday with player contracts, invoices and financial statements taken as evidence following claims that Juventus falsely recorded the values of transfers between 2019 and 2021 to enable them to comply with Financial Fair Play regulations.
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Juventus turmoil: Raided by police and struggling in Serie A

Independent Online 29 Nov 2021
As if having their offices ... Much uncertainty, though, hangs over its leadership in the coming weeks after financial police searched the club's offices in Turin and Milan on Friday to gather information relating to player transfers and agent dealings between 2019 and this year.
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Juventus offices raided by Italian authorities

Sportslens 28 Nov 2021
Juventus are in trouble after the Turin public prosecutor’s office opened an investigation over several financial irregularities ... “Since this afternoon, on the orders of this Public Prosecutor’s Office, officers of the Guardia di Finanza have been carrying out local searches at the Turin and Milan offices of Juventus Football Club Spa.”.
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Football: Italy finance police search Juventus offices in player trading probe

Straits Times 28 Nov 2021
ROME (REUTERS) - Italian finance police have searched the offices of Serie A club Juventus in Turin and Milan, seeking documents relating to player trading between 2019 and 2021, a prosecutor said ... Juventus said on Saturday the Public Prosecutor's Office of the Court of Turin had started investigations against it.
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Juve confirm probe into involvement in suspect player transfers

Urdu Point 28 Nov 2021
The Serie A club's offices were searched on Friday on orders of the Turin public prosecutors office, which said it was probing deals that were carried out over the past three seasons and the way annual financial results had been formulated in the same period.
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