Belgian authorities have arrested former Anderlecht executive Herman Van Holsbeeck as a part of a money laundering and corruption investigation surrounding player transports.
The prosecutor’s office in Brussels claims an arrest had been made on Thursday following raids this week in Monaco, Belgium and London that caused the arrest of Christophe Henrotay,” one of the most influential Belgian agents.
Van Holsbeeck functioned from 2003, A former professional player.
Prosecutors said the wave of arrests is connected when Belgian police uttered Anderlecht and also the Belgian soccer association’s offices to searches that took place in April. Investigators are looking into corruption involving the transport of players and alleged money-laundering operations.
Agent Henrotay was detained included in this investigation in Monaco on Wednesday, with a few of these moves under scrutiny being Aleksandar Mitrovic’s 2015 switch from Anderlecht into Newcastle.
Henrotay is the agent of international superstars including his Belgium team-mate Yannick Carrasco and Real Madrid goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois.
This instance is not associated with the corruption scandal that dissipates football after police carried out 57 police raids and around Europe in a research into match-fixing and fiscal fraud.

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