Mako Vunipola How Sportsmail’s investigation led to Saracens’ 35-point deduction and £5m fine

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Mako Vunipola How Sportsmail’s investigation led to Saracens’ 35-point deduction and £5m fine for breaching salary cap rules after seven-month Premiership probe

  • Saracens have been slapped with the biggest sanction in Premiership history 
  • An investigation by Sportsmail led to the Premiership looking into Saracens
  • Sportsmail brought light to co-investment arrangements between owner Nigel Wray and star players including Owen Farrell and Billy and Mako Vunipola 

By Laura Lambert For The Daily Mail

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It is the story that has shaken rugby and left Premiership giants Saracens facing a possible relegation and shock break-up of their superstar squad.

Saracens have been docked 35 points and fined £5million after being found guilty of breaching the salary cap, in a bombshell ruling that follows aSportsmailinvestigation.

Back in March,Sportsmail’s Investigations Team, led by the work of reporter Laura Lambert, revealed a series of investment partnerships between owner Nigel Wray and Owen Farrell, Billy and Mako Vunipola and property-sharing arrangements.

What followed was a seven-month Premiership Rugby probe culminating in Sarries’ shell-shocked players being filled in on the sanctions on their return to the club from the Rugby World Cup on Tuesday morning. Here

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