CRISTIANO RONALDO’S brother is being investigated for fraud, in accordance with studies.
It’s claimed Hugo Dinarte Aveiro – ten years older than the five-time Ballon d’Or winner – ordered the manufacturing of 13,000 pretend reproduction jerseys.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s brother Hugo Dinarte Aveiro is allegedly being investigated for fraudCredit score: Getty – Contributor
In accordance with La Stampa and La Repubblica newspapers, through Football Italia, the Mussara firm – owned by the Juventus star and run by his brother – ordered particular version jerseys to be manufactured.
The studies add that Pegaso, a Turin firm, have been commissioned with the mission.
They have been to be paid £450,000 for the manufacturing of the shirts which have been accomplished with the CR7Museu brand – Ronaldo’s museum.
It’s then alleged that Mussara denied ever giving Pegaso permission to go forward and start manufacturing of the pretend reproduction jerseys.
They’re regarded as actual copies of Adidas’ designs.
The German model have made Juventus’ kits since 2015 and are underneath A £46million-a-year contract with the Serie A giants till 2027.
The report provides Mussara demanded Pegaso hand over the shirts for £3.60 every to ensure that them to be destroyed.
Nonetheless, Pegaso imagine they noticed the exact same merchandise on sale on the Cristiano Ronaldo Museum in Madeira for £36 every.
Supervisor Andrea Pirlo solely pockets £1.6million-per-year after taking cost of the membership
Because of this, Pegaso are understood to be suing Mussara with Hugo Dinarte Aveiro amongst these being seemed into for any doable wrongdoing.
Torino Corriere additionally report that there’s a authorized dispute between Mussara and Juventus over using authorized rights to Ronaldo’s trademark.
It’s claimed the Mussara firm commissioned pretend reproduction jerseys that are equivalent in design to Adidas’ package designCredit score: Getty Photos – Getty
Pegaso imagine the jerseys are on sale on the Cristiano Ronaldo Museum in Madeira for ten instances the value they have been paidCredit score: AFP – Getty