The clubs that were raided are Racing, Independiente, Unión de Santa Fe y Gimnasia and Esgrima La Plata; the transfer of Maximiliano Meza is not the only one under investigation
ARGENTINA – The Argentine Soccer Association and four clubs from that country were raided by the authorities, thanks to an order from a judge, investigating possible evasion and money laundering maneuvers of those institutions, in transferring players from that country to Mexico, among which would be the pass of Maxi Meza, now player of the Monterrey, according to Argentine press reports.
“The raid on our headquarters is the result of the investigation involving the player’s representative Maximiliano Meza. It was transferred to Independiente in 2016. And then, the cast of Avellaneda sold it to Mexico. In this operation, the current Board of Directors was not yet in charge of the Club ”, reported the Gimansia and Esgrima de la Plata club.
The clubs that were raided are Racing, Independent, Union of Santa Fe and Gymnastics and Fencing La Platto.
“The Union Club informs that this morning a raid was carried out at the headquarters of our institution by the Airport Security Police (PSA) in the framework of a case based in the town of San Isidro by Dr. Fernando R. Rodríguez looking for accounting documentation for the year 2015 for a complaint made by PROCELAC in the Public Prosecutor’s Office of the Nation ”, reported Unión de Santa Fe.
Maximiliano Meza He currently plays with the Rayados de Monterrey and arrived in Mexico in exchange for 15 million dollars in 2019. The midfielder has had an irregular performance with the team he now directs. Javier Aguirre.
The transference of Maximiliano Meza It is not the only one being investigated, since there are suspicions of more transfers between Mexican and Argentine clubs, which are now under scrutiny.