Last summer, FC Barcelona got rid of Luis Suarez and he went to Atletico Madrid. Prior, he tried to sign for Juventus, but before playing in Italy he needed a citizenship test. The time was running out so club and player fixed the result. But the deadline came and not even the dodgy procedure was enough to make the Uruguayan move to Juve.
Today, a leaking of some documents about the case took place. More specifically, the documents contained the answers of the test that Suarez was given beforehand. The papers were at the office of the prosecutor who is currently investigating the University of Perugia for fixing the test for the striker.
The answers of the fake test consisted of the most basic things, not enough for a real citizenship test. All he had to say was: “My name is Luis Suarez and I was born in Salto, Uruguay. I am Uruguayan. I often play on the Playstation, I like to drink mate. I like to barbecue with family and friends. I don't like to do the shopping, my wife always does it.”
For this fraud, the dean, the general director and some teachers of the university were handed an eight month ban by an Italian court immediately after the scandal came out. Nonetheless, Juventus and Suarez will face no consequences, and the soccer star could even take the test next year if he wanted.