Juventus tries to pacify relations with UEFA

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Juventus tries to pacify relations with UEFA
Juventus tries to pacify relations with UEFA

UEFA and Juventus are trying to defrost their relationship. This above all after the farewell of Juve former chairman Andrea Agnelli and the choice of the Juventus club to start the legal and bureaucratic actions for the exit from the SuperLeague.

As reported today by the Italian sport newspaper Tuttosport, a delegation made up of lawyers and managers, in fact, went from Turin to Nyon to work on an agreement that could send the file opened by the European body last December for potential violations of the rules to the archives on club licensing and financial fair play.

The documents concerning the investigation into the alleged infringement of the settlement agreement signed in September 2022. Juventus is ready to give up on Europe for one season, and therefore not to play in the next edition of the UEFA Conference League, won with seventh place in the standings.

Juventus tries to pacify relations with UEFA

In the meantime, on the UEFA website, in the screen dedicated to the qualified clubs for the next Conference League, there was no Juventus name, two hours later the Juve logo stood out on display in the front row, the one reserved for clubs with direct access to the playoffs at the end of August.

Meanwhile, Massimiliano Allegri remains as manager of Juventus. As known, his contract will only expire on June 30, 2025, at least next season, so it will start with Max still in his place. And evidence to the contrary for the moment does not seem able to come from the transfer market as demonstrated in the days of Saudi Arabia-mania, nor from the imminent arrival of Cristiano Giuntoli as head of the black and white sports area: only a direct decision by John Elkann could lead to a technical revolution that Juve is not yet planning.

As said and reiterated by the person concerned, Allegri is not leaving. Juve is also trying to acquire the services of Thomas Partey. The player, in addition to representing an absolutely true name among Juve's midfield goals, is in turn one of those players who have been in Juventus' sights for some time.

Already at the time of Atletico Madrid he had been courted for a long time, after the move to Arsenal other attempts followed despite the fact that the right joint was never identified.


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