The test on Juventus in relation to the salary maneuvers carried out by the club with some players during the pandemic, dubious payments to players’ agents and secret agreements with other clubs in Italy are also expected here. Tuesday May 30 for a possible plea agreement between the Italian team and the Federal National Court of the Italian Federation (FIGC).
The FIGC summoned on May 19 at Juventus in a new test different from the ‘capital gains case’, which he dropped 15 points in Serie Abut also under the so-called ‘Prism Research’.
The reasons for bringing the Italian team to court are, in this case, the illegal wage maneuvers that the club carried out with some players during the pandemic, dubious payments to players’ agents and secret agreements with other Italian clubs for player transfers.
The trial was set for June 15 but, as reported by Italian media on Monday, ‘Juve’ had reached a plea agreement with FIGC Federal National Court which will cause the trial to be held this Tuesday.
The goal of ‘Juve’ is nothing but to finish all the judicial process as soon as possible and receive a possible penalty -economic, sporting or of the same kind- this same season to begin one strictly focused on sport, with the hope of finishing in the top four to return to the Champions League.
The Turin team can still get into the Europa League positions on this final day of Serie A, but the agreement could leave him certain in the Conference League position, as long as UEFA does not sanction the club without European competitions for next season.
The punishment is the Juventus in the following days, according to the Italian media, it could be, in sporting terms, a maximum of two points in the standings, while in economic terms, a large fine is expected.
Source: La Verdad
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