In an interview, Juventus’ sports director Paratic talked about Suarez’s Italian test turmoil, and he emphasized that they did not violate any rules.
Suarez had previously traveled to Perugia to take the B1 Italian test in order to obtain an Italian passport. Later, after the striker passed the exam, some phone recordings showed that the examiner of the exam may have violated the rules. At that time, he had always hoped that Suarez would get an Italian passport, and Juventus, who introduced him smoothly, was also involved.
"Suarez's Italian test? We did not have any violations. At that time we had the opportunity to sign Suarez. All our actions were in compliance with the regulations and were fair and honest, so we had nothing to worry about." Paratic said .