Juventus claims innocence regarding Suarez citizenship irregularities

Sat 05 December 2020 | 17:49

Though the Italian club is under investigation by the police for their previous efforts to take in the Ex-Barcelona player, Juve claims they had nothing to do with Suarez citizenship.

The Italian police put


management under investigation following the rumors of their involvement with

Luis Suarez

citizenship after his move failed to the Serie A club. Though the forward has no European citizenship, Juventus were accused of attempting to allow him one to easy up his move from



Juventus released a statement regarding the accusation of Fabio Paaratici saying:

“false information to the public prosecutors",

had done nothing wrong and that the ongoing investigation

“will help clarify his position within a reasonable time”.

Among those, who were suspended for the accusations, are staff members at the University Giuliana Grego, Simone Olivieri, Stefania Spina, and Lorenzo Rocca.

The Prosecutor’s statement clarified:

“It emerged that the contents of the test had been communicated in advance to the player, in order to arrive at a predetermined outcome and examination score to meet the requests that had been made by Juventus, with the aim of achieving a positive image return, both personal and for the University.”

“Investigations have also allowed us to understand how, in the first days of September 2020, the management of the Turin club was activated, even at the highest institutional levels, to accelerate recognition of Italian citizenship of Suarez.”

“This suggests new hypotheses of crime against persons other than those belonging to the university, still in the process of study.”

source: SportMob

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