According to a report in Italy's "Evening Post", in order for Suarez to successfully pass the B1 certificate exam, Juventus made at least 3 calls to the University of Perugia for foreigners to clear the relationship.
Juventus once reached an agreement with the University of Perugia to allow foreign players who need to obtain an Italian citizenship certificate to take the Italian language test in order to apply for a passport. In order for Suarez to pass the Italian language test, Juventus at least let their lawyers Maria Turk called Olivieri, director of the University of Perugia, three times. This is the focus of the Italian judicial department's investigation. They reshaped all relevant connections until Suarez successfully obtained the B1 certificate on September 17. The lawyer Maria explained to Olivieri that she intends to let all foreign players who need an Italian passport in the future come to the University of Perugia to take the exam, and this makes Olivieri open the back door for Suarez's exam .
The two parties succeeded in making contact through a friend's introduction at the beginning of September, and they started cooperation after confirming that they would be mutually beneficial. Time is tight, but they have to find a way to get Suarez successfully to get the B1 certificate, even if he doesn't understand Italian at all. The original test was scheduled for September 22, but for the convenience of Suarez, it was advanced to September 17th. Besides Suarez, four foreigners took the test, but only Suarez received it in advance. Exam questions and answers, and accepted special instructions from the examiner to prepare for the exam.
In the next few hours, the sheriff of Perugia will report the matter to the federal prosecutor to assess whether to prosecute the conduct and verify the relevant responsibilities of the persons involved, and most importantly, Find out whether Juventus has known about this in advance, and at the same time let Suarez himself explain the matter, because he is the party involved in this incident.