The procedure before the Sports Court of the Italian Association Figc due to allegedly fake financial reports against dozens of football officials and associations has been completed with an acquittal.
The FigC announced on Friday that, among other things, the evaluation of the professionals was not correct by the accusatory office.
The further reasons for the verdict should be announced in the coming days.
A total of 61 officials had been accused to have in recent years the financial reports of ELF involved associations – including five from the series A – have faked.
The club bosses of Juventus Turin, SSC Naples and Tottenham Hotspur had threatened: The indictment had challenged on Tuesday blocking of twelve months for Juves club chef Andrea Agnelli and more than 16 months for the former manager of the record champion, Fabio Paratici.
The latter is since summer 2021 sports director of Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League.