“Totti to be examined by the Anti-Money Laundering Department for suspicious transfers to casinos”

This is what the newspaper La Verità writes, referring to alleged checks on the bank accounts of the former Roma captain and the hypothesis of investments in betting

The former Roma captain Francesco Totti is allegedly involved in “suspicious banking operations reported by the anti-money laundering staff”. The newspaper ‘La Verità’ writes it in reference to alleged checks on bank accounts and the hypothesis of investments in betting. A meticulous “control activity carried out by the competent central structures” of the credit institution to which the ’10’ has entrusted its earnings for years and which La Verità has revealed.

The document, according to the reconstruction, dates back to last August and concerns a “non-interest bearing loan” of 80,000 euros sent to the account of a pensioner from Anzio by Totti himself. The risk managers specify that the relationship of the lady is jointly held with her daughter AM On the same day, the sum would have passed to the account jointly held with the husband of the 50-year-old, who is allegedly a friend of Totti, and then to a personal account of the man . The checks carried out would have found a plurality of wire transfers “coming from companies operating in the online betting sector”.

Furthermore, in this anti-money laundering activity, Totti’s name would appear in June 2020, through the examination of two accounts and transactions related to casinos in Monte Carlo, London and Las Vegas. “There are still strong doubts about the real destination of the money sent to the various international casinos”, write the Anti-Money Laundering experts. But the suspicious movements also concern cash withdrawals and transfers to his brother Riccardo. Or the charity collections in which teammates also participated (such as Antonio Rudiger, Thomas Vermaelen, Radja Nainggolan, Juan Jesus, Edin Dzeko and Emerson Palmieri), but with the reason for ‘fines’ and ‘sanctions’.