Just a couple days after it was reported that Fali Ramadani’s home had been raided by the Spanish police, the Spanish Civil Guard has revealed that Ramadani is a suspect in an ongoing investigation into several football agents, who are all accused of tax evasion and money laundering (ESPN).

Ramadani and his partner, former Serbian goalkeeper Nicola Danjanak, are the main suspects of a scheme to move over €10 million to Spain, where the money was used to purchase properties and yachts.

According to the investigation, Ramadani’s agency, Primus Sports Consultancy (formerly known as Lian Sports), kept tabs on promising Eastern European players and, as soon as they sparked interest from top European clubs, signed them to clubs that Ramadani and his partner themselves owned in Serbia and Cyprus, such as Apollon Limassol FC on Cyprus. Some players did not even play a single minute for those clubs.