Massimiliano Allegri, “suspicious transactions”. Anti-money laundering for betting alarms – Il Tempo

Massimiliano Allegri, “suspicious transactions”. Anti-money laundering for betting alarms – Il Tempo
Massimiliano Allegri, “suspicious transactions”. Anti-money laundering for betting alarms – Il Tempo

L’amoney laundering “brand” mister Allegri. The truth on newsstands Sunday 6 June slaps the investigation on the front page that also involves the Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri ended up in the sights for some suspicious transactions: everything would have started from the reports a Bank of Italy for the transfers of a Maltese gaming and betting company accused of illicit gambling and under investigation for aggravated fraud, evasion and relations with the ‘Ndrangheta.

“The bank risk managers – reports La Verità in the article by Giacomo Amadori – have discovered that the Juventus coach has spent over 350 thousand euros in two casinos abroad”. Between July 2018 and August 2019, the Juventus coach made purchases with a credit card for almost half a million euros, the experts of the institutes defined the amounts credited as a possible result of winnings. Even if it is not known whether it is about football or other bets: “The experts of the institutes – the Truth writes – have defined the amounts credited to the coach as the result of possible winnings. On football? It is not possible to know”.

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