"We had an agreement with Suárez for € 10M net"

New details on the Uruguayan's farce exam: Paratici reveals the details of the operation and the messages are published to government officials.


More details of Luis Suárez's farce examination come to light. The 'Corriere della Sera' revealed new wiretaps from the Perugia Prosecutor's Office and the message from where it all started: "Juventus asks me for news of this citizenship petition, can you help me?" The Minister of Transport, Paola De Micheli, sent it to the Chief of Staff of the Ministry of the Interior, Bruno Frattasi, on 3 September. The Uruguayan had already started a process to petition for Italian citizenship in 2019, but was rejected due to "lack of knowledge of the language."

The minister asked Frattasi: "Do you advise me to put them in contact with your manager to speed up?" The answer was: "Yes, I'll take care of it." The contacts continued, as confirmed to prosecutors by both Frattasi and De Micheli, who recognized the call from his friend Fabio Paratici: "He told me that Juve was signing Suárez and that it was almost closed. They had realized that he did not have a passport. when the negotiation was practically over ".

The Bianconero manager, for his part, in the November interrogation revealed: "We reached an agreement for 7.5 million euros net per season, with 1.5 million variables that could be easily achieved, and others more complicated to reach 10 million" On August 30, the operation was closed, and Paratici was convinced that Suárez had a passport "because all the specialized websites said that." However, the next day he wrote to the ex-Azulgrana agent to resolve the question: "Does Luis have a Community passport too, right? "The answer triggered everything that happened next:" Good morning, Fabio. He does not have a European passport ".

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