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After Juventus were sentenced to a 15-point deduction, it is now reported that the FIGC prosecutor has requested new evidence regarding the Napoli transfer, in particular the controversial deal with LOSC for Victor Osimhen.
In fact, the prosecutor Giuseppe Chiné is already starting to work on future trials on the issue of inflated transfer fees to increase capital gains. According to the newspaper La Repubblica, Chiné has requested a copy of the evidence that the Napoli prosecutor collected during the investigation for fraud on Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis. Napoli’s lawyers had argued in the initial trial that it was impossible to independently verify the transfer value of a player, however this verdict was overturned by the last appeal and therefore changed the legal precedent.
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