According to the investigators, it's university chiefs that are the subject of the probe rather than the 33-year-old forward himself.
Bayern Munich and Sevilla are scheduled to meet in Budapest on Thursday but Germany's public health institute deems the Hungarian capital a "high risk" area for the coronavirus.
The European Court of Justice struck down an appeal by a cycling firm, Massi, that claimed Messi's logo would confuse consumers.
The Brazilian star was among five players sent off on Sunday as Marseille beat bitter rival Paris Saint-Germain for the first time in nine years.
La Liga was set to begin with a match between Granada and Athletic Bilbao on Friday night, but the federation forced the game to be moved to the weekend because it opposes matches on Mondays and Fridays.
The makeshift Czech side, featuring nine debutants, was put together at the last minute after a coronavirus outbreak in the squad.
The Argentine legend had informed the Spanish club of his intention to leave but was told he would have to cover a €700 million buyout clause.
Rui Pinto admits he was behind the Football Leaks exposés published between 2015-18, but argues he is a whistleblower, not a criminal.
UEFA’s latest international football tournament is back for only the second time since it launched in 2018.
Manchester United player Victor Lindelof doesn't only win back possession on the football pitch
On the eve of the Champions League final, tourists and Bayern Munich and PSG supporters gathered on Saturday at Lisbon's Praca Dom Pedro IV, in the city centre, where a giant replica of the trophy is displayed.
A German Audi against an old Renault? Watch this hilarious correspondent face-off as Jona and Guillaume preview the Champions League final on Sunday.
A spot in the Europa League final is up for grabs as Sevilla take on Manchester United in Sunday's semi-final.
Barcelona players were greeted with booing as they arrived at their hotel in Lisbon following an 8-2 demolition at the hands of Bayern Munich.
The Scottish government has threatened to suspend the national football season, which has just begun, following a number of breaches of regulations put in place to guard against the coronavirus pandemic.
HRMC is currently investigating 246 professional football players, up from 87 in the 2018/2019 season, according to an accountancy firm.
Juventus won 2-1 on Friday, but it was the French club that went to the quarter-finals.
The world football governing body's image has been further tarnished by a Swiss criminal investigation into the conduct of its president Gianni Infantino.
Even mighty FC Barcelona has had to implement a 70 percent wage cut during the suspension of La Liga as clubs across Europe battle with an economic downturn in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.