The release of the Property on the conviction for tax evasion: here is the transfer to the Revenue Agency

The release of the Property on the conviction for tax evasion: here is the transfer to the Revenue Agency

Ciro Immobile responded with a post on Instagram to the allegations of his alleged tax evasion. The Lazio bomber has published on his account the photo of the transfer made to the Revenue Agency.

Ciro Immobile ended up in the storm in the last few hours. The Lazio striker had to deal with the tax authorities, specifically with the Supreme Court, which sentenced him for tax evasion. The story dates back to 2012, when Immobile left Juventus to join Genoa. An operation that earned the Bianconeri 4 million but ended up in the sights of the Guardia di Finanza. The clubs were and have always been absolutely unrelated to the story that instead saw Alessandro Moggi as the protagonist who would have managed the affair as a consultant for Genoa. Precisely this figure would have caused major problems for Immobile.

According to the edition La Repubblica Moggi would have acted as manager of the player who would have had to pay the compensation and therefore the taxes to Alessandro Moggi. The Lazio striker did not pay the tax on Moggi’s performance. For this reason it ended up in the crosshairs of the Guardia di Finanza. Immobile during the trial he defended himself by pointing out how he had given an exclusive mandate to another agent, Marco Sommella, to close that deal. A thesis, however, that he did not hold up in the classroom. At this point, however, Immobile came out in the open in a clear way by publishing the photo of the accountant of a wire transfer followed by a long post.

The story of Immobile immediately after the publication of the post on Instagram.

The story of Immobile immediately after the publication of the post on Instagram.

The Lazio striker wanted to clarify the matter and did so as clearly as possible trying to sweep away any other type of allegation against him. Immobile had been condemned by the Fifth Civil Section of the Supreme Court for evasion of Irpef. Payments equal to 8 thousand euros in legal fees, while the tax evasion figure or the amount of the penalties is not known. The player wanted to respond in this way to those who thought that he had not paid the pending charges relating to this affair with a post. “Without going into the technical issues that I leave to the professionals to clarify, first of all I would like to reiterate my good faith with respect to the complaints made by the Revenue Agency long ago and, more importantly, I remember that the amount requested had already been cleared before publication of the sentence of the Cassation. With affection CI17 “.

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The player then also published the photo of the bank transfer slip and a story in which he wrote: “I wanted to thank all the first pages that have thought of me. I never made it to the front page even when I won the Golden Boot. I know satisfactions, thank you very much “. A concept reaffirmed also by his wife, Jessica Melena, who in response to her husband’s post pointed out: “But then I wonder how it is possible to write nonsense things aimed at tarnishing a clean and honest person, than to write about your records year after year – it is read – You’ve made more titles now than when you won the Golden Boot. ”

The note from Lazio which supports the thesis of Ciro Immobile.

The note from Lazio which supports the thesis of Ciro Immobile.

Following this and this day, Lazio also wanted to express all its support for Immobile: “Ciro Immobile had for months promptly resolved the tax disputes, dating back to ten years ago, reported today by a newspaper – it is read – The Club, which has never questioned the human qualities of Ciro Immobile even before being sporting, renews its affection and esteem for the Captain “.


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