Authorities have arrested two people, such as a participant’s representative.
Brussels prosecutors stated that many raids happened on Tuesday and Wednesday in London, Belgium and Monaco in June.
Belgian police cooperated with their Monaco and British counterparts, resulting in this representative in Monaco’s arrest.
Prosecutors said his assistant was arrested in the Wallonia region of Belgium, in the Liege area.
Federal prosecutor’s office failed to provide details of the seven raids but stated they are connected to a wave of hunts from April when police uttered the offices of Anderlecht and also the Belgian Football Association.
This situation is not related to the huge corruption scandal that dissipates Belgian soccer a year when authorities carried 57 police raids out and around Europe at a probe to fraud and match-fixing.