Stefano Mauri is eager to focus on Lazio’s match with Milan tomorrow night after he was interrogated in Switzerland in a money-laundering investigation.
The midfielder spent two hours discussing a Swiss bank account registered to his parents this week, as police continue their investigation into the betting scandal.
“Finally we can get back to talking about football and the big match against Milan,” wrote Mauri on his official website.
“I am convinced that everything will proceed without problems. I am very relaxed. After a difficult start to the week, albeit one experienced in total serenity, I can’t wait to step on to the field on Saturday evening.”
Mauri was one of those arrested in the betting investigation and kept incarcerated for five days, but has always proclaimed his innocence.
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