Italian football watchdog reports 62 suspicious transfers to FIGC

Sixty-two transfers made between 2019 and 2021 have been flagged as suspicious by the Italian football watchdog – COVISOC – and reported to the Italian Football Federation – FIGC. The deals all took place in a two-year period and particular attention has been paid to player exchanges and recorded profits. COVISOC have now invited FIGC | Forza Italian Football | Read More

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