Police are investigating footballers, ex-players and club executives over suspicions of forming a match-fixing group to profit from betting on games, Spanish newspaper El Pais reports.
The charges against the bowling all-rounder include being party to an effort to fix the result or progress of an international match, and directly soliciting, inducing, enticing or encouraging a player to do the same.
Football agent Mogi Bayat was questioned as a Belgian judge was deciding whether or not to charge some 25 people, including managers, referees and other officials over match-fixing.
Nasir Jamshed, who played 48 one-day internationals and two tests, was suspended from all forms of cricket in February 2017 for violating the PCB’s anti-corruption code.
Enquiry concerns 17 lower-tier tournaments with estimated takings of over half a million euros. Some players were promised 500 euros but paid only 50 euros in the end.
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