Not only Chiesa and Pjanic: investigators looking into Koulibaly, Handanovic, Rebic and deals

Kalidou Koulibaly

Agent Fali Ramadani is under investigation for alleged tax evasion and money laundering and investigators are looking into several transfers, including Kalidou Koulibaly’s move to Napoli and Maurizio Sarri’s contract rescission with the Partenopei.

Agents of Guardia di Finanza – Italy’s Financial Police – have knocked on the door of nine Serie A clubs (Inter, Milan, Juventus, Verona, Fiorentina, Napoli, Torino, Cagliari and Roma) and two of Serie B (Frosinone and SPAL) to acquire emails and documents regarding communications between them and agents Fali Ramadani and Pietro Chiodi.

Agents under investigation over Chiesa and Pjanic transfers

The transfers of Federico Chiesa from Fiorentina to Juventus and Miralem Pjanic from Juve to Barcelona are being scrutinised by investigators.

The Milan Public Prosecutor believes Ramadani received commissions from these transfers committing tax evasion for €7m.

However, according to Il Corriere della Sera (as quoted by, investigators are looking into more deals between the agent and other Serie A clubs.

Those include Kalidou Koulibaly’s move from Genk to Napoli in 2014 and Maurizio Sarri’s contract rescission with the Partenopei in 2018, before the Italian’s appointment as Chelsea coach.

Inter have been asked for documents regarding Samir Handanovic’s contract extension, while Milan will have to provide the financial details of Ante Rebic’s signing from Eintracht Frankfurt.

Nikola Kalinic’s moves to Roma and Hellas Verona are also being scrutinised, same as Karlo Butic’s move to Torino in 2018 and Lorenco Simic’s transfer to SPAL. None of the clubs is under investigation.

10 Comments on “Not only Chiesa and Pjanic: investigators looking into Koulibaly, Handanovic, Rebic and deals”

  1. Uncle Z I think you need to go back to school and learn how to read properly

    None of the clubs is under investigation.

    End of the article. The agents are being investigated, genius.

  2. It does sound like Ramadani is being investigated. The media like to confuse with headlines. I hope Mino is investigated next. It is almost as if he runs an extortion racket. He doesn’t care about the players, and only about the clubs that pay his extra fees.

  3. The is another investigation about inflated prices for players in trades. By the FIGC I believe. I do not see how this will get anywhere.

  4. The agents are being investigated for not paying taxes on those transfers, hardly the fault of clubs…get that through your thick skull and into your tiny pea sized racist brain, Uncle Zebra. I guess you booed Ben Atia when he was at juve because he is from Morocco, you xenophobia ridden pig

  5. @La Vecchia Ladrona fans. Not only ladri, but imbecile too. This investigation is distinct from the Plusvalenza investigation. Plusvalenza is about inflating values, like Arthur’s SEVENTY TWO MILLION valuation. This is about agents not reporting income/paying taxes and has nothing to do with any club, as stated in the article.

  6. @Chris

    Read the damn article til the end

    None of the clubs is under investigation.

    Why do juventini struggle with reading comprehension?

  7. Why did the admin delete my post about juve having economic ties to Libya in the past? That’s a factual matter, Google it. As for oil money that uncle zebra keeps going on about, juve wore TAMOIL on their jerseys before so get off your moral high horse, kiddo…

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