Totti denies accusation of acting as a football agent despite being unlicensed


Former Roma captain and executive Francesco Totti is currently entangled in controversy relating to his role in the footballing agency that he founded just under one year ago.

The “Commissione Federale degli Agenti Sportivi”, the Italian FA’s body that oversees licensed football agents, has reportedly launched an investigation into Totti and his activities within CT10 Management.

The former attacker has been accused of acting as an agent within the organisation despite not having a license to do so.

Totti, though, has flatly denied the accusation to Tuttomercatoweb and reiterated that all of his duties are scouting-related.

“I’ve already said previously that I do not carry out any agent-related activities,” he stated.

“In compliance with all of the CONI and FIGC related laws and regulations, the only duties I undertake are scouting related.”

 

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