The FIGC Court of Appeals has handed Juventus a 15-point penalty in the capital gains case, seeing them plummet down the Serie A table.
FIGC prosecutor Giuseppe Chiné asked the Court of Appeals to reopen proceedings against the Bianconeri following new revelations from the Prisma investigation, headed by the Turin Public Prosecutor’s Office. He originally asked for a nine-point deduction but the penalty was even more severe.
Juventus have been handed a 15-point deduction, leaving them 10th in the Serie A table with 22 points. The club can appeal this decision to CONI’s Collegio di Garanzia dello Sport.