- Luis Suarez was accused of cheating in his Italian residency language exam
- Suarez had to pass the test in September to help a move to Juventus go through
- The Uruguayan forward took the language test at the University of Perugia
- Perugia’s prosecuting office has suspended four university officials
- The office are also looking at other involvements in the case, including Juventus
Perugia’s prosecuting office has suspended four university officials over alleged irregularities in Luis Suarez’s citizenship test for his proposed move to Juventus earlier this year.
The Uruguayan striker took a ‘B1’ Italian language test in September in order to gain residency, meaning Juventus did not have too many non-EU players in their squad, but the 33-year-old has been accused of cheating in the exam.
Suarez took the test at the University of Perugia and it was revealed on Friday that the institution’s Rector Giuliana Grego, chief executive Simone Olivieri,