Inter Milan’s president Massimo Moratti
and AC Milan vice president
investigated by an Italian magistrate probing false accounting in Serie A
football, it has been reported by Reuters.
Both are set to be summoned to answer questions put to them by Milan public
prosecutor Carlo Nocerino.
In Italy, being placed under investigation does not indicate guilt and does
not necessarily lead to criminal charges.
Inter Milan refused to comment on the news and has insisted in the past thats
books are clean, while AC Milan has also insisted its books are correct.
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