The FIGC prosecutor’s office “Salaries, agents and partners, Juventus was not loyal” – Football

The prosecutor of the Football Federation – ANSA learns – notified Juventus of the closure of the investigations for the so-called ‘salary, partnership and agent maneuvers’: in the deed, the prosecutor Chinè, among other things, accuses the Juventus club of violating the principle of sporting loyalty (article 4.1) for the three strands. The dispute adds to the capital gains issue, for which a legitimacy judgment by the Coni Board of Guarantee on the 15-point penalty for the black and whites is expected on April 19th. On today’s three strands, Juve now has two weeks to present its counter-arguments.

Juve, Prisma investigation postponed to 10 May

The positions of the six clubs (Sampdoria, Atalanta, Sassuolo, Udinese, Bologna and Cagliari) who have negotiated, signed or in any case agreed upon “confidential agreements in market transactions without filing the federal forms and/or filing documents containing agreements other than those concluded” will be assessed at the conclusion of the ongoing investigations by the judiciary. This is – ANSA learns – the position of the Federcalcio prosecutor’s office on the line of partnerships challenged today against Juventus.