Juventus lost 15 points as Fabio Paratici of Tottenham was given a 30-month Italian football suspension.

 Juventus received a 15-point punishment in Serie A for alleged financial irregularities, while Tottenham’s head of transfers Fabio Paratici received a 30-month suspension from Italian football for his alleged involvement in the club’s bogus accounting.

The ban imposed on Paratici asks to be extended to encompass his involvement in UEFA and FIFA activities.

Juve was third in Serie A with 20 games remaining in the current campaign, 10 points behind champions Napoli. Due to the loss of points, they would drop to the middle of the table and be ineligible for European participation.


    The former sports director of Juventus and current managing director of football at Spurs, Paratici, was given a 30-month suspension by the Italian national football association (FIGC).

Andrea Agnelli, the former chairman of Juventus, will be prohibited from holding office in Italian football for 24 months, the court also decided.

Juventus has asserted that its accounting complied with industry norms and denied any misconduct.

The Turin-based club and the concerned personnel, notably Paratici, plan to challenge the ruling before CONI (Italian Olympic Committee).


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