'Milan' have been linked with a document in the investigation into alleged doping in sport, according to reports.
Gazzetta dello Sport have revealed that the name has appeared in a manuscript from Dr. Eufemiano Fuentes, who is currently on trial in Spain for crimes against public health.
The doctor is alleged to have participated in the doping of several sporting stars, including former Tour de France winner Alberto Contador.
But a document published today by Spanish newspaper AS has shown that the word 'Milan' as well as 'Rsoc' and 'Alberto' were atop a piece of paper seized by authorities.
'Milan' could well refer to the city or the first name of several players around the world. Reports now suggest it referred to a cycling team.
Reports in Spain earlier last week from former Real Sociedad President Inaki Badiola, claimed that club doctors had allegedly been involved with Dr. Fuentes .
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