Juventus Handed 10-Point Penalty In Serie A

Juventus have 10-point deduction

Juventus have once again been handed a 10-point deduction as the new trial regarding the capital gains case has been concluded.

The Bianconeri have been found guilty of artificially inflating transfer fees in order to boost capital gains, effectively making it,

looks as if they were moving around much bigger club assets than they possessed in reality.


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The hearing was held today in Rome, with FIGC Prosecutor Giuseppe Chiné making his case and suggesting an 11-point penalty,

an increase from the nine points he had originally requested in January 2023.

Instead, the response from the panel was a 10-point penalty.

Before their match this night, Juventus were in second place behind Serie A champions Napoli with 69 points,

but drop down to seventh place as a result, five points off a Champions League place.

The new point deduction means the Old Lady now have 59 points, dropping from second to seventh.

Lazio are now second with 68 points, seven more than fifth-placed Atalanta.

This means Maurizio Sarri’s men have officially qualified for the 2023-24 Champions League alongside Serie A champions Napoli.

Inter, Milan, Atalanta, Roma and Juventus are still in the race for the top four.

Juventus have 59 points but could climb to 62 and leapfrog Atalanta if they beat Empoli tonight, going two points below, Milan their next opponent in serie A.

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