The most recent move to reverse their 15-point punishment thrilled the Juventus Football Club’s followers. In January 2023, the Italian superpowers were reportedly charged with inflating their transfer fees in order to increase their capital profits.
Just hours before their vital away trip to Sporting Lisbon for the second leg of their Europa League quarterfinal, the news was revealed. The Serie A team advances from the first leg with a 1-0 advantage. If they win, they will play either Sevilla or Manchester United in the semifinals.
In order to fully clarify their capital gains dispute, Juventus had their Serie A penalty annulled while waiting for a fresh trial, which required the FIGC Federal Court of Appeal to reassess. The fresh appeal must be filed, nevertheless, within the next 30 days.
The Old Lady has moved up to a third position in the Serie A standings, eliminating Inter Milan and AC Milan, who were also semifinalists in the UEFA Champions League. The Milan clubs are now ranked fifth and sixth, respectively, and with eight games left, Juventus has a chance to overtake Napoli for second place in Serie A even though Napoli is nearly out of sight at the top.