Inter have been cleared by the FIGC Disciplinary Commission of wrong-doing in the controversial transfer of Goran Pandev.
The striker was in a contract dispute with Lazio when he completed his move, free of charge, to San Siro in January 2010.
Lazio claimed the legal process was not finalised by that stage, but the Federation has backed Inter, as Pandev had received permission to terminate his contract with the Biancocelesti.
This evening it was announced that Inter, Vice-President Rinaldo Ghelfi, technical director Marco Branca and agent Carlo Pallavicino were cleared of wrong-doing.
“The club and all its directors acted fairly.”
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