Napoli faces the prospect of heavy sanctions after the Italian football federation (FIGC) confirmed it is investigating allegations of match-fixing at the Serie A club.
A statement on the federation's official website figc.it read: "The FIGC can confirm that, following an investigation by the public prosecutor of
"Between them, they are accused of attempting to alter the outcome of the match to secure a victory for Sampdoria in exchange for money.
"(They are) also accused of having approached colleagues
"But Cannavaro and Grava stand accused of violating Article 7 (section 7), in failing to disclose the approach to the federal prosecutor."
Napoli has also been deferred as the club involved at the time, and could face a points deduction.
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