Several Juventus transfers and Victor Osimhen’s move to Napoli have come under a legal spotlight of the FIGC.
This comes from La Repubblica, who claim that CoviSoc and FIGC are now examining 62 transfers that took place involving Italian clubs and the report has been delivered to FIGC prosecutor Giuseppe Chinè and to President Gabriele Gravina.
The report starts with the transfers of Franco Tongya and Marley Aké from Juventus. The Osimhen move to Napoli is also under investigation as the €20 million worth in that move was fulfilled by four players but three of them are already back in Italy and one never played for the Ligue 1 club.
Several Juventus transfers are also under the spotlight and they amount to capital gains of €40 million for the Bianconeri.
Two major transfers are also being looked at – Miralem Pjanic’s move to Barcelona and Joao Cancelo’s move to Manchester City.