Breaking The Silence: The Truth About Dybala’s Unpaid Wages At Juventus
Juventus, an Italian football club, still owes millions to their former player, Paulo Dybala, according to prosecutors working on the Prisma investigation.
The prosecutors discovered that Juventus falsified their capital gains by inflating player transfer values and misled the stock market by secretly agreeing on player wage payments during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Turin-based club has already been penalized by the FIGC court with a 15-point penalty. Juventus appealed this decision to CONI’s Collegio di Garanzia on Tuesday.
The Turin Public Prosecutor’s Office spoke to Dybala’s lawyer on Tuesday, finding out that Juventus still owes the Argentinian forward approximately €3.7m following the secret agreements made in March and April 2020.
Dybala was supposed to receive the money by January, but he did not receive it. He requested the €3.7m from Juventus through his lawyer, and the club has agreed to pay up.