Italian media reported that Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo is accused of violating anti-money laundering rules, similar to Massimiliano Allegri, the team’s new coach.
And Toto Mercato quoted the Italian newspaper, La Verità, that the new-old coach of Juventus, Italian Massimiliano Allegri, is not the only one accused of violating anti-money laundering rules.
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The site added that Cristiano Ronaldo is among those accused of violating anti-money laundering rules. The Portuguese star made three cash withdrawals, totaling 220,000 euros, between December 2020 and February 2021.
A few days ago, La Verita newspaper revealed that there were investigations into transfers of money belonging to the Juventus coach related to betting.
The report said Allegri had received money in his account from a Maltese company under investigation for fraud and tax evasion, and had ties to the Mafia.
Allegri responded in an official statement, yesterday, Sunday, to these accusations that he is not linked to any illegal activity, saying: “With reference to the news that was published about me, I declare that I have no connection with any illegal activity, and any violation of anti-money laundering.”