Italy police probing top soccer clubs over alleged tax evasion: Source

Italy police probing top soccer clubs over alleged tax evasion: Source
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Italian finance police has seized assets worth 12 million euros (S$18.6 million) as part of an investigation into alleged large-scale tax evasion involving 35 Italian soccer clubs, judicial sources said on Tuesday.

Senior executives from Serie A clubs AC Milan, Lazio and Napoli are among some 64 people who have been placed under investigation, the sources said.

Milan and Napoli declined to comment. A spokesman for Lazio said he was not aware of any probe.

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