The first lights to come on are those of Consob which in July 2021 opened an investigation into possible fictitious capital gains on 62 suspicious transfers, of which 42 were made by Juventus, which reported it in the 2020-21 financial report. Under the lens in particular the transfers defined as “mirror”, i.e. with exchanges without real movement of money or with reduced movement of money by virtue of the evaluations given to the players: the manifesto is the Pjanic-Arthur exchange between Juventus and Barcelona, which led to the black and white club a capital gain of around 43 million. Among the operations in the crosshairs also the purchase of Osimhen by Napoli, who in the deal also sent four players with valuations of 4 and 7 million to Lille. Covisoc delivers a report on the subject to the Federal Prosecutor’s Office, which decides on 27 October 2021 to open a file.
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