Italy is the latest country to analyze possible tax prevention by football stars, trainers and their supervisors following the flow of financial information created by media companies across European countries.
The sensor/probe is run by a police officers device dedicated to financial and tax violations. Mediapart, a France team that’s been posting data allocated by the Soccer Leaking website, said Birmingham United’s John Pogba, the world’s most expensive player, has overseas banking records.
France is the latest country to investigate possible tax avoidance by soccer stars, coaches and their managers following the leak of financial information published by media organizations across Europe.
France’s financial prosecutor opened a preliminary probe into possible laundering of tax-fraud proceeds earlier this month, it said Tuesday in a statement. The probe is run by a law enforcement unit specializing in financial and tax offenses. Mediapart, a French group that’s been publishing data distributed by the Football Leaks website, said Manchester United’s Paul Pogba, the world’s most expensive player, has offshore bank accounts. His agent, Mino Raiola, also named in the documents, described the information as “inaccurate.”
Last week, Spain’s tax agency requested information from the El Mundo newspaper after it ran a series of stories that alleged that some people in the soccer world, including Real Madrid star forward Cristiano Ronaldo, have improperly benefited from having image-rights income paid into offshore accounts established by Portuguese soccer entrepreneur Jorge Mendes’s Gestifute agency..
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