Italy’s financial police raided the offices of Napoli and the Italian Football Federation on Wednesday to acquire paperwork.
The Guardia di Finanza confiscated documents at the request of the public prosecutors office in Naples.
Reports suggest that magistrates are investigating the economical aspect of certain player transfers and fees paid to agents as part of those deals.
Police spent around 30 minutes at the FIGC’s offices in Rome, while they left Napoli’s Castel Volturno HQ after around two hours.
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