- Cristiano Ronaldo's brother could land hinself a huge punishment in Italy
- Hugo Dinarte Aveiro is in charge of the 35-year-old's museum
- A jersey company has now accused him of selling some shirts he was meant to destroy in their showroom
Cristiano Ronaldo’s brother Hugo Dinarte Aveiro is reportedly under investigation by an Italian prosecutor over alleged fraud case.
He was accused of selling some special shirts produced by a small Turin company that manufactures and distributes sports gadgets and clothing.
Sources claim that Hugo had promised them that he would destroy the shipment ordered by the five-time Ballon d'Or winner.
Football Italia quoting La Stampa and La Repubblica newspapers revealed that the jerseys were ordered Mussara company - an organisation owned by Ronaldo but run by his brother.
The manufacturing company was contracted to produce those jerseys with CR7Museu logos in a deal that amounted to €500,000.
But they claimed they were not given the green light to commence production, hence, they asked to be paid €4 each so that the once they had produced could be destroyed.
However, Pegaso claims they spotted the same set of manufactured shirts listed for sale at €40 at the Cristiano Ronaldo Museum.
And they are now suing Mussara and the company director, Ronaldo’s brother, who is currently under investigation.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo reached another major milestone in his career after inspiring Juventus to a 3-0 victory over Dynamo Kyiv in their Champions League clash at the Allianz Stadium.
Federico Chiesa opened the scoring for the Old Lady in the 21st minute, while Cristiano Ronaldo and Alvaro Morata completed the triumph in the 57th and 66th minutes respectively.
The 35-year-old's second-half goal, however, increased his tally to 750 career goals across all competitions for clubs and country in his career.
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