New large-scale intervention by the Tax and Customs Authority within the scope of the Out of Game operation, this time being Tondela the target of the authorities’ diligence. Tax inspectors spent most of the day at the club’s premises in search of documents “related to the transfer of a player” and although the name of the footballer in question was not disclosed by official entities, A BOLA has an indication that it is being The transfer of Yordan Osorio from Tondela to FC Porto was investigated.
The Venezuelan central arrived at Dragão in the winter of 2018 on loan, but at the time of the agreement, a mandatory purchase clause was established that would be effectively activated by the Porto players at the end of that same period. In the Annual Report for the financial year from July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019, FC Porto reported that the value of the acquisition of the defender’s pass, now 27 years old, had amounted to 1,969,522 million euros, standing out even though the dragoons were in possession of 50 percent of the economic rights of the plant. Later, on June 30, 2020, SAD FC Porto informed that it acquired the remaining portion of the Osorio pass for 1.5 million euros.
Yordan Osório didn’t impose himself at FC Porto – he played only one game at an official level – and went on loan to V. Guimarães in early July 2018. Practically a year later, the Venezuelan defender would move to Zenit, still playing as a loan, and ended up also signaling a rather short spell in Russian football. Osorio only truly left FC Porto’s orbit in the 2020 summer market, when he signed for Parma on a permanent basis, resulting in capital gains of 1.003.618 million euros, according to the consolidated Annual Report for the first half of 2020 /21. The Venezuelan signed a contract with the Italian club until 2024.
In a statement in a five-line text, Tondela confirmed the presence of inspectors from the Tax and Customs Authority. “CD Tondela provided the requested assistance in accessing all documentation and information in a fully cooperative manner with the inspectors and operation in question”, informed the club.
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