The Prosecutor of the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) investigates the alleged fraud detected in the Italian test that Uruguayan soccer player Luis Suárez took in Perugia to obtain Italian nationality. This news comes a day after a scandal is uncovered which had already been investigated by the Italian justice.
Italian media report that the chief prosecutor of FIGC, Giuseppe Chinè, requested the summary of the process to those responsible for the case of the Guardia di Finanza and the Perugia Prosecutor’s Office.
According to the first investigations, the footballer had help to pass the exam and he was even qualified before conducting said test, according to a statement from the Perugia Prosecutor’s Office.
The Uruguayan attacker took the exam at the University for Foreigners of Perugia, where rectora Giuliana Grego Bolli, director, Simone Olivieri, the teachers Lorenzo Rocca and Stefania Spina, and the worker Weather in Cinzia Camagna are being investigated.
Despite the fact that the lawyer of the rector of the University, David Brunello, assured that “the examination of Luis Suarez was carried out regularly and without any favoritism “, in statements to” La Stampa “, the wiretapping they intercepted conversations that can demonstrate the favorable treatment that the forward received.