Rangers transfer in doubt following match fixing scandal

Rangers transfer in doubt following match fixing scandal

Bruno Alves’ move to Serie A side Parma is in major doubt following the newly-promoted Italian top flight side being charged with match fixing.

According to reports from Italy, the Ennio Tardini side’s place in Italy’s Premier League is in huge doubt now in light of these charges, which may well have a knock on effect to any transfers they are undergoing, including Alves’.

The claims rest on two Spezia players who it is claimed were paid by Parma officials to go easy in the final match of the season versus Parma, where victory would secure the yellow and blues’ place back in the top flight.

They won 2-0 and got promoted as a result.

Text messages have been pounced on by the prosecution which they claim incriminate individuals and prove Parma fixed the outcome to ensure their return to the top flight following an absence of four years following bankruptcy, but these new developments could scupper the move for Rangers’ Alves.

More on this breaking story as we get it.

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  1. if its not Dave King its something else cropping up, l just hope we do get rid of Alves, £28k better spent, needing some lady luck here

    • better spent on what? why not keep him as an old head to teach the younger players at least this season anyway. you don't get much for 28 grand nowadays anyway

  2. Hope We can come to some sort of Arrangement where he can still sign for them or if another club comes in for him because like BlueBear Says, Its 28k a week better spent Elsewhere 😀


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