Inter Corporate CEO Alessandro Antonello has confirmed that the Nerazzurri are not under investigation for capital gains violations related to any of their transfers.
Speaking in a conference call with investors, as reported by Calcio e Finanza, the executive emphasized that unlike Serie A rivals Juventus, no investigation is ongoing pertaining to the transfer business at Inter.
The Bianconeri are investigation for falsely reporting capital gains by over-inflating the value of their players in some of their transfer dealings over the past few seasons.
The prominence of these reports has led some to wonder whether this could also be a possibility at other top Italian clubs, with the Nerazzurri one of the major names.
However, Antonello made clear that this is not the case, and that the investigations are only affecting Juventus and not Inter.
It remains to be seen how the situation will unfold with respect to the Bianconeri’s situation, but in any event it is not something that affects the Nerazzurri.
“I can confirm that there is currently no investigation into the club,” Antonello said when asked about the possibility of a similar investigation to the one with the Bianconeri.
“No investigation,” he reiterated. “This situation only concerns Juventus. Nothing that is relevant to the economic situation at Inter.”