Spanish police arrest football players in the investigation into matchfixing
28 may 2019 10:31
Last update: 17 minutes ago
Update: 17 minutes ago
The national police of Spain Tuesday morning five (ex-)football players arrested. They are suspected of being part of a criminal organization that is guilty of matchfixing in the top two Spanish divisions.
According to Servimedia , and El Pais would former Real Madrid player Raúl Bravo (38), which, in 2017, his career ended, the leader of the organization.
Real Valladolid midfielder Borja Fernández (who, two weeks ago, his retirement announced) the stopped striker Carlos Aranda (including ex-Real Madrid), Getafe attacker is Samuel Sáiz (he was this season thanks to Leeds United and Deportivo La Coruña defender Íñigo López Montaña are also arrested, as chairman Agustín Lasaosa, and doctor Juan Carlos Galindo Lanuza La Liga-degradant Huesca.