Infantino has been implicated in questionable TV rights sales in South America.
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Swiss police raided the headquarters of the European football body UEFA in Nyon Wednesday to gather information about a contract signed by Gianni Infantino, now head of the global football body FIFA, that was reported in the Panama Papers.Media reports Tuesday said UEFA sold broadcast rights for 2006-09 Champions League matches to Argentine businessmen Hugo and Mariano Jinkis, owners of Cross Trading.UEFA has confirmed that Infantino, who was working for UEFA at the time, was one of two of its officials who signed the contract. Neither UEFA nor TEAM have ever seen any contract or agreement between Cross Trading and Teleamazonas.
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