Paolo Tagliavento, who recently came under fire for his role in Inter-Juventus, will officiate the Bianconeri’s trip to Roma on Sunday.
Tagliavento was the subject of an FIGC investigation after Juve’s 3-2 win at Inter, with his performance as fourth official having caused controversy, although the case was quickly dropped.
However, the 45-year-old presided over the reverse fixture in December without any problems as Medhi Benatia’s goal gave the Old Lady a 1-0 win against his former club.
Elsewhere, the Nerazzurri’s visit of Sassuolo will be overseen by Rosario Abisso, Paolo Mazzoleni will be in charge of Crotone-Lazio, Milan travel to Fiorentna with Paolo Valeri at the helm and Claudio Gavilucci will be the man in the middle of Sampdoria-Napoli.
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