Bankitalia investigate Massimiliano Allegri over money laundering.
Massimiliano Allegri’s second spell as Juventus head coach hasn’t got off to the best of starts with the news that he is being investigated for money laundering.
The Italian has been cited in an investigation by financial organisation Bankitalia who have discovered that he spent more than 350 thousand euros in two foreign casinos.
The Juve boss’ transactions have been described as ‘suspicious’ and the Italian paper ‘La Verita’ has also revealed that payments to Allegri are being investigated.
In particular, payments from abroad made by a Maltese company under investigation for fraud, evasion and linked to criminal organisation ‘Ndrangheta’.
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