Serie A side Juventus are at the risk of a potential fine amidst an ongoing investigation from Italian financial authority called CONSOB.
This comes from Corriere dello Sport, who claim that Juve’s capital gains over a long term are under the magnifying glass, since they had chosen to use the method of earning capital gains to make up for the superstars that they have signed in recent years.
The club has generated around 762 million from sales since 2011, while making 250 transactions. Since CONSOB aren’t involved in footballing affairs, their fines can’t extend beyond administrative measures of actions. The maximum that they can do is impose a fine, if they find any irregularities in the club’s accounts.