His name has been included in the register of suspects of the Turin Prosecutor’s Office regarding the betting sector, the same one that has already involved Fagioli and Tonali, who have reached a plea agreement, and Zaniolo who has rejected the accusations
The name of the AC Milan winger, Alessandro Florenzi, has been included in the register of suspects of the Turin Prosecutor’s Office regarding betting, the same one that has already involved Nicolò Fagioli and Sandro Tonali who have agreed to a disqualification, and Nicolò Zaniolo who denied the accusations. Florenzi was booked on charges of illegal exercise of gaming or betting activities (that contemplated in art. 4 of law 401 of 1989) and in the next few days he could be questioned in Turin by prosecutor Manuela Pedrotta, who coordinates the investigation with the prosecutor Enrica Gabetta.
From a criminal point of view, the former Roma and PSG player could only risk a fine if he had bet on illegal platforms, and it could also be minimal if he decided to collaborate with Justice. The situation would be different on a sporting level if he had bet on football. In that case, as happened with Fagioli and Tonali, he would eventually be heard by the FIGC prosecutor Giuseppe Chiné. If the player had bet on his team, he could incur a 4-year disqualification, however halved otherwise. The plea agreement with the justice bodies would also guarantee him a discount of one third of the sentence.