MILAN - Retired former Italy and AC
Milan defender Paolo Maldini was sent to trial on Monday charged
with illegally asking an Italian tax agency official to do a tax
check on another man, judicial sources said.
Maldini, who denies the accusations, is alleged to have
committed the crime during a property deal in Tuscany.
A tax agency employee was arrested in 2009 during the police
Maldini, 42, retired from all football in 2009 after a
glittering career and has yet to take another job having turned
down coaching roles at Milan and Chelsea.
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