Jack87 news today, asianbookie European football’s governing body said yesterday that UEFA’s Club Financial Control Body (CFCB) had opened a formal investigation into possible breaches of club licensing and Financial Fair Play rules by Juventus.
Prosecutors in Turin, bk8 where the club is based, have been investigating the group’s accounting and statements to financial markets over the past three years.
They have been looking at the value of player transfers between clubs and whether, as previously stated, salaries were sacrificed or simply deferred during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Juventus said on Wednesday that the club does not believe it has done anything wrong and bk8 malaysia will defend its interests through sporting and legal institutions.
Andrea Agnelli resigned as Juventus president earlier this week, joining the rest of the board.
Earlier this year, Juventus was one of eight clubs to reach a settlement with UEFA after failing to comply with break-even requirements last season.
“If, following the conclusion of the investigation, the club’s financial situation differs significantly from the situation assessed by the CFCB when the settlement agreement was reached… the CFCB reserves the right to terminate the settlement agreement,” UEFA said.
UEFA added that they can take such legal measures as they deem appropriate and malaysia bk8 impose disciplinary measures in accordance with the UEFA CFCB Rules of Procedure.