They open an investigation against Zárate in Italy: the Federation of that country suspects tax evasion


They open an investigation against Zárate in Italy: the Federation of that country suspects tax evasion 5

While in Argentina the quarantine will continue (at least) until June 7, in Italy they began to return to activities and today it became known that the Italian Football Federation decided to start an investigation that has Mauro Zárate in the eye of the storm. The agency decided to proceed with a procedure for alleged tax evasion that would involve the Boca player in his time in Lazio. In addition, the investigation also includes Claudio Lotito, president of Lazio as they are analyzing the possible collection of part of the footballer's salary in triangulated black through an English company called Pluriel Limited. The procedure is for a suspected tax evasion and adds a new headache for the former Vélez whose contract with the Xeneize institution is about to expire and for now there are no signs of progress in its renewal. The investigation began after the Italian program "Las Hienas" announced a report in which it would show Luis Ruzzi, former representative of Zárate, accusing Lotito of paying part of the player's salary in black. After the news exploded in Italy, the program decided to postpone said report and make itself available to the Justice. They also confirmed that they want to know the position of the President of Lazio and gave a deadline of June 2, date in the one that will issue the full report. At that time, the agreement that Lazio and Zárate had was for 20 million euros in five years. However, the footballer collected "only" 7 million blank and there are doubts about what happened to the remaining money. The rest of the money "was paid as a commission for the stipulation of the contract to the London company Pluriel Limited, which in turn, he would have given that money to a company of the brother of the Argentine striker who arrived in Lazio in 2008, " Ruzzi said in a preview of the report that could shake Italy.

Source link

Reply