The capital gains case involving Juventus and certain other Italian clubs has now been closed.
Juventus confirmed this in a statement late night yesterday, claiming that the Federal Prosecutor of the FIGC has notified all the 11 clubs that were under investigation that the case is now closed.
La Repubblica state that the Serie A clubs involved in the case were Juve, Napoli, Sampdoria, Genoa and Empoli. Serie B clubs under investigation were Parma and Pisa. Pescara and Pro Vercelli were the two Lega Pro clubs and Novarra and Chievo were also part of the investigation, even though they are not registered in the professional leagues.
The clubs have been given two weeks to prepare papers for their defence on the basis of the response given by the FIGC.
This comes after Juventus’ offices were raided by the FIGC to investigate about capital gains over the last three seasons.