Tottenham managing director Fabio Paratici – whose 30-month Italian FA ban is anticipated to be prolonged to the UK – is accused of paying over the chances to signal Cristian Romero from Atalanta to resolve an issue for Juventus .
- Fabio Paratici was banned for his function in monetary irregularities at Juventus
- Paratici faces extra scrutiny after allegations of overpaying for Cristian Romero
- Tottenham strongly contest the concept that they paid an excessive amount of for the middle again
Fabio Paratici’s future at Tottenham is below scrutiny after allegations he provided to pay over the chances to signal Cristian Romero from Atalanta to resolve an issue for his former membership Juventus.
Paratici was banned for 30 months by the Italian FA on Friday for his half in monetary irregularities at Juve, the place he labored for greater than a decade.
The penalty is anticipated to be prolonged to the UK, jeopardizing his function as managing director of Spurs.
Fabio Paratici’s future as Tottenham Hotspur managing director faces rising scrutiny
Paratici is alleged to have provided to pay at odds to signal defender Cristian Romero
The most recent revelations from the investigation, nevertheless, could have Speaker Daniel Levy asking extra questions.
The main points emerged from conversations between Paratici and Luca Percassi, Atalanta chief govt and son of membership co-owner Antonio Percassi, recorded by Italian monetary authorities throughout an investigation into Juve’s accounts.
Paratici moved to north London in the summertime of 2021 and one in every of their first offers was to signal Romero from Atalanta, the place he spent the 2020-21 season on mortgage from Juventus.
The centre-back signed from Atalanta, the place he spent the season on mortgage from Juventus
Atalanta made the mortgage everlasting after which offered the Argentina worldwide to Tottenham 5 months after the preliminary mortgage deal final summer season for a payment of £42.5million.
Tottenham wouldn’t touch upon Paratici’s ban or his future however strongly contest the concept that they paid an excessive amount of for Romero, 24, who they count on to develop right into a world-class centre-back.
In the meantime, Levy and supervisor Antonio Conte have postponed contract talks till the summer season. The Italian’s contract expires on the finish of the season however Spurs may set off a 12-month extension.
Conte desires to concentrate on the outcomes earlier than making any additional choices on his future.