Serie A. Huge problems for Juventus. There is even talk of degradation

The problem is mainly about inflating the players’ values. The situation that arose concerns Juve’s transfer moves in 2018-21, with particular emphasis on the exchange, whereby Miralem Pjanić went to Barcelona and Arthur Melo went the other way.

Other clubs, including Napoli, were also expected to follow similar practices. As a result of alleged account fraud Juventus € 50 million more than it should have appeared.

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Marco Donzelii, president of CODACONS, an Italian organization dealing with the protection of consumer rights, also took the floor. In the event that Juventus Donzelia is found guilty, he announced that he will try to impose the most severe punishment.

“If it turns out that Juventus has gained an advantage over other rivals as a result of unfair practices, the federation and competition authorities will have to take appropriate steps to impose sanctions,” Donzelii told tuttomercatyzb.com.

– We want to be honest with thousands of fans. We will present our position and apply to the prosecutor’s office for demotion and taking back the championships won in those years, Donzelia added.

In 2006, Juventus was relegated to Serie B as a result of the Calciopoli scandal, a match fixing and doping scandal. Apart from Juve, other Italian clubs were involved in the practice, incl. AC Milan.

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