Serie A players’ agent accused of tax felonies

(ANSA) – ROME, MAR 17 – Italian finance police on Wednesday
seized some 1.6 million euros from the bank accounts of Marat
Football Management, the firm of Serie A soccer players’ agent
Mario Giuffredi, in relation to a probe into alleged tax
felonies.
    The case regards alleged fraudulent financial statements and the
issue of fake invoices for non-existent operations.
    Napoli’s Mario Rui, Elseid Hysaj and Giovanni Di Lorenzo and AS
Roma’s Jordan Veretout are among the players represented by
Giuffredi.
    None of those players are implicated in the investigation.
    (ANSA).
   

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