Italian media ‘Football Italia’ said on the 3rd (Korean time), “The Italian Football Federation (FIGC) plans to prosecute Juventus over wage payment issues. “Juventus will ask for a 20-point penalty.”
Juventus already received a 15-point penalty on January 21st. A federal court has proven that Juventus intentionally overestimated transfer fees in the process of transferring players through accounting fraud.
And that’s not all. The FIGC also imposed suspensions on 11 current and former Juventus players. As a result, Andrea Agnelli (former president), Pavel Nedved (former vice president), and Fabio Paratici (current Tottenham general manager, former Juventus general manager) were suspended for a minimum of eight months and a maximum of 30 months. 스포츠토토
Juventus accumulated 37 points by the 18th round of Serie A in the 2022-23 season and was in third place in the league. However, 15 points were cut and they fell to the top 10. After 20 rounds, Juventus are currently in 13th place with 23 points. 스포츠토토
The situation becomes even more serious when an additional 20 point cut is made here. Juventus only has 3 points and falls to 20th place at once. There are 18 games left. If additional sanctions are confirmed, Juventus will have to fight to stay in the relegation zone.