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Police obtain documents from Inter Milan's headquarters as part of probe

Police obtain documents from Inter Milan's headquarters as part of probe
Inter says documents on sale of some players in 2017-2019 handed to Italian authorities

By Baris Seckin

ROME (AA) - Italy’s tax police unit searched football club Inter Milan’s headquarters Tuesday to obtain documents on the sale of some players in previous years as part of a preliminary investigation into alleged false accounting.

The Italian news agency ANSA reported that the Guardia di Finanza (financial police) were handed documents by Inter about the Nerazzurri's capital gains from several transfers in the 2017-18 and 2018-19 seasons as part of an investigation launched by the Milan Public Prosecutor's Office.

ANSA added that the Italian authorities are investigating Inter's financial gains from transfers for two years that amounted to €100 million ($112.8 million).

Meanwhile, Inter confirmed that the club "provided the requested documents."

"The club's financial statements have been drawn up in compliance with the most rigorous accounting principles," it said in a statement.

It added that no Inter employee at the office is under investigation.

"No Inter employee is being investigated. No charges have been made. As the statement released by the [Milan] Public Prosecutor's Office says, these are preliminary investigations."

On Nov. 27 as part of an investigation launched by the Turin Public Prosecutor's Office, the Guardia di Finanza raided Juventus’ offices over financial irregularity claims.

The Turin Public Prosecutor's Office previously said that the police searched the Juventus offices to inspect the Serie A club's approved financial statements and footballers' deals in 2019-2021.

The financial probe seeks to inspect profits from transfers and agents’ fees during these years.

Six people including Juventus president Andrea Agnelli, vice president Pavel Nedved and ex-sporting director Fabio Paratici were also under investigation.

The probe against Juventus is still ongoing.

*Writing by Can Erozden in Ankara

source: News Feed
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