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MILK: Juventus is falling into deep turmoil after being deducted for what Italian Football Federation is said to be the transfer trick of the biggest football club in the country.
With 15 points in Serie A, sporting director Federico Cherubini banned for 16 months and facing possible criminal trial for alleged accounting breaches, Juve’s season will now be dominated by off-field events.
– Juve were found guilty of manipulating transfer profits to artificially benefit their balance sheet.
It is an allegation that they and other clubs, including Serie A leaders Napoli, were cleared by the FIGC court last year following a ruling that it was impossible to determine the objective value of a player.
However, prosecutors at the national football federation (FIGC) convinced the governing body’s court to reopen the sport’s trial on the basis of evidence from a separate criminal investigation carried out. in Turin.
The FIGC will not publish for another 10 days the court’s rationale for the deduction even harsher than the nine requested by the prosecution.
But the Italian media widely reported that documents from the criminal investigation convinced the court that there was a systematic use of transfers to massage club accounts. .
– Juve will appeal the FIGC’s decision at the country’s highest sports court – at the Italian Olympic Committee – who within the next two months will maintain or remove sanctions imposed by the FIGC.
On March 27, a preliminary hearing will decide whether the club, listed on the Italian stock exchange, and its former management should be criminally prosecuted for numerous accounting violations in three seasons from 2018 to 2021 or not.
Reportedly, in their early stages, there were two more FIGC investigations into Juve’s financial activities, one of which was their alleged relationships with other clubs in capital gain. from the game.
The other investigation involved claims that Juve lied about their players giving up their pay during the Covid-19 pandemic, with criminal prosecutors saying the club had privately assured players that they will only miss a portion of what has been publicly announced.
Italian media claim that Juve owes cristiano ronaldo almost 20 million euros as part of that deal.
European football governing body UEFA are also investigating whether Juventus misled them to settle Financial Fair Play violations with a “settlement agreement” last August.
– Coach Massimiliano Allegri may have been brave during Saturday’s press conference before the game against Atalanta, but his claim that “nothing has changed” sounds like nonsense when looking at the standings Series A.
Before taking charge on Friday, Juve were third in the Italian top-flight and until five goals destroyed by leaders Napoli last weekend, they were seen as potential contenders for the title. enemy.
The points penalty has not yet been officially reflected in the standings but Juve, as of Saturday night, were in fact 28 points behind Scudetto pace and 12 points behind Champions League places.
Juve could qualify for Europe’s top club competition via the Europa League but could also face the risk of being kicked out of the European competition if UEFA finds Juve guilty in the investigation. their.
– Without Champions League football, Juve could find it difficult to keep players like Adrien Rabiot and Angel Di Maria, whose contracts expire in the summer, and with their sporting director in inactive, renewals and transfers will be much more difficult to manage.
However, Juve can count on the backing of giant parent company EXOR controlled by the powerful Agnelli family, who have approved a 700 million euro capital increase in recent years to help a club. whose most recent account is nearly 240 million euros in losses.
A brand-new board was appointed on Wednesday after former president Andrea Agnelli – who has presided over nine league champions – and the rest of the previous leadership resigned in November.
The new board is led by Gianluca Ferrero, who is trusted by EXOR president John Elkann and tasked with helping to settle Juve’s accounts while staying competitive on the pitch.
How successful Ferrero is will depend on how the club handles the myriad legal battles that could unfold over the next few tumultuous months.

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