CRISTIANO RONALDO could be probed by investigators as the inquiry into Juventus’ transfer dealings rumbles on.
Juve’s offices in Turin and Milan were both raided last week as cops investigate their transfer business.
Cristiano Ronaldo could be summoned by Italian investigators[/caption]
Ronaldo played for Juve between 2018 and 2021[/caption]
Player contracts, invoices and financial statements were all seized.
Juventus are accused of falsifying transfer dealings in order to comply with Financial Fair Play.
Prosecutors are allegedly exploring a ‘secret’ agreement supposedly struck between Ronaldo and Juve regarding the salary he deferred during the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic.
They are also interested in severance pay CR7 received ahead of his return to Old Trafford this summer.
Italian reports allege that investigators have obtained recorded phone calls, during which Juve chiefs mention a ‘document that should not have theoretically existed’ with regards to Ronaldo.
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Investigators are yet to find this document.
This is why they are reportedly keen to speak to Ronaldo directly, in order to clear up the matter.
And they are considering summoning him back to Italy via agent Jorge Mendes.
While Ronaldo is involved, he is NOT among those being investigated.
Spurs managing director Fabio Paratici, who left Juve earlier this year, is among those being investigated.
Italian consumer watchdog Codacons believe that the Old Lady could be RELEGATED over the matter.
They also feel that they could have their most recent league titles stripped.
Ronaldo, 36, will be in action for Man United tonight, as they take on Arsenal at Old Trafford.
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Fabio Paratici is among those under investigation[/caption]