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Entertainment Luis Suarez accused of having cheated on his Italian exam

15:15  22 september  2020
15:15  22 september  2020 Source:   90min.com

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POLICE are said to be investigating claims Luis Suarez CHEATED in his Italian exam to gain a passport for his failed move to Juventus. The Barcelona outcast, 33, was seemingly on the brink of a move to the Serie A champions - but first had to pass a language test.

Guarda di Finanza have investigated Luis Suarez ’ Italian exam and reportedly discovered the Uruguayan forward knew all the questions in The 33-year-old Uruguay international had seemingly been on the verge of a transfer to Turin and sat an Italian language exam in Perugia to begin the

Luis Suarez would have cheated on his exam to obtain Italian nationality and therefore facilitate his transfer to Juventus.

Luis Suarez a été accusé d'avoir triché à son examen d'italien © Provided by 90min Luis Suarez was accused of having cheated in his Italian exam

The FC Barcelona striker who will not sign at Juventus is accused of having cheated in the exam taken to obtain the Italian nationality.

While Luis Suarez is finally announced on the side of Atletico Madrid, the Uruguayan striker could be caught by the patrol in Italy for having cheated in his exam necessary for the validation of his level B1 and, in full, essential for obtain Italian nationality and therefore no longer be considered as an extra-community player.

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Italian prosecutors said on Tuesday they had evidence that the language exam taken by Barcelona's Uruguay striker Luis Suarez to obtain Italian citizenship ahead of a possible move to Juventus was rigged.

FC Barcelona's Luis Suárez , who is wanted by Juventus this summer, has successfully passed his Italian exam in Perugia this afternoon. After training with his current teammates in Barcelona this morning, Suarez flew out to Perugia on a private plane to take his exam at the university there.

Gazzetta:

Italian exam already completed and passed for Suarez.

He received the certification diploma immediately. pic.twitter.com/phH5dCFzjT

- FR-Barça (@FRBarca__) September 17, 2020

As a reminder, the number 9 Blaugrana went to the University of Perugia to take a decisive test including 4 criteria to be validated: oral comprehension, daily use of Italian, face-to-face dialogue and reading and writing the language. A test to allow him to join the Juve more easily.

An exam given in advance?

According to journalist Guillaume Maillard-Pacini, journalist specializing in Serie A for Eurosport, the exam is supposed to last around 2h30. Luis Suarez was out after 15-20 minutes.

The wiretaps are starting to appear in the Italian press: “He has a salary of 10M, he has to take the exam”, “But he doesn't even conjugate his verbs, he only speaks in the infinitive” # Suarez https://t.co/b2HG96bImg

- GuillaumeMP (@Guillaumemp) September 22, 2020

According to ANSA (Italian news agency), there is a simple explanation: the topics as well as the answers to the review would have been given in advance.

Telephone tapping would also confirm the insufficient level of the Uruguayan and overwhelm him in the case.

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