For the Turin prosecutor this is one of the key conversations that would prove the fraud of the alleged hyper-evaluation of 21 players made by Juventus
There is a new interception regarding the case linked to the capital gains made by Juventus in recent years. La Stampa, in its today’s edition, in fact publishes a conversation between Federico Cherubini, Juventus director, and another manager: “On 22 July 2021 Federico Cherubini, current Juventus sporting director and transfer manager, will say to his colleague Stefano Bertola, manager in charge of preparing the corporate accounting documents: “Fortunately, in the light of recent visits … we have stopped”. He adds that they have always talked to Fabio Paratici because “it was necessary to change strategy”.
He says that their job “is to find talents, enhance and then sell them” and making “healthy capital gains, at home” without resorting to those “artifacts in values”. For the Turin prosecutor, this is one of the key conversations that would prove the fraud of the alleged hyper-evaluation of 21 players made by Juventus in recent years with an equal exchange “without cash flow” with other clubs: from Cancelo to Danilo to the very young of the spring , the list is long.
And in the opinion of the investigators there was awareness of what was being done to “hide the erosion of social capital” and restore a balance of complicated numbers due to the high costs already before the covid. A communication from President Agnelli dated 21 February 2020, shortly before the pandemic, the closure of the stadiums, the suspension of the championships, in which he explains how “the situation of the Rol (difference between income and expenses of the characteristic operations) and -177 millions and corrective measures will be required. Here you are, for prosecutors, the use of artificial capital gains first and the so-called two salary maneuvers then would be the consequence of this framework“.
October 27 – 10:45 am
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