GdS: FIGC request documents on Milan from Prosecutor’s Office

By Oliver Fisher -

There has been an update regarding the investigation into AC Milan as the FIGC have asked for the documents obtained by the Milan Prosecutor’s Office.

There has been a cloud hanging over Milan since the news broke on Tuesday of the club’s offices being raided, and La Gazzetta dello Sport gave a good round-up of what we know so far by answering seven key questions.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the FIGC (Italian Football Federation) have requested the transmission of the documents for their own Prosecutor’s Office from the Milan Prosecutor’s Office.

The search decree carried out last week as part of the investigation was thus sent to the FIGC from Milan, which hypothesises the accusation of obstruction of the supervisory functions of the Football Federation against, among others, the CEO Giorgio Furlani.

The request for documents by the Prosecutor’s Office of the Football Federation from the Milanese investigators was an expected step in recent days for checks on the sporting justice front.

At the moment, from what has been known, the Milanese Prosecutor’s Office has decided to forward only the 12 pages of the search decree, signed by prosecutors Giovanna Cavalleri and Giovanni Polizzi, to the FIGC.

This is because the investigations are still open and the other documents are covered by investigative secrecy, which is in action for ongoing investigations involving things like the seizing of phones and computers.

The investigators of the Guardia di Finanza expect answers and confirmation on the disputed hypothesis that Elliott Management are operating as a ‘hidden’ owner of Milan.


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