Juventus risks being banned from European competitions, but UEFA is awaiting the decision of the European Super League.


A UEFA investigation into Juventus’ finances will conclude in June, and a ban from European competitions is a possible scenario for the Bianconeri, although it could change if they officially withdraw from the European Super League.

The Serie A giants have already been hit with a 10-point deduction this season, but they will face further consequences as a new probe by FIGC will take place in June, when UEFA will also conclude its investigation.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the European football governing body has two possible reasons to punish Juventus. Firstly, the violation of Financial Fair Play rules and sporting integrity, and secondly, the breach of FFP regulations.

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Juventus was allowed to pay a fine of only €3.5 million instead of €19.5 million, but with the ‘real’ figures in hand, the outcome would have been different.


According to the report, UEFA is open to a dialogue with Juventus as long as the club officially withdraws from the European Super League.

Their former president, Andrea Agnelli, was one of the architects of the breakaway competition two years ago, and Juventus is still officially involved along with the giants of La Liga, Barcelona, and Real Madrid.

What does Juventus need to qualify for the Champions League after the 10-point deduction? However, if Juventus doesn’t take a step back, UEFA is said to be unwilling to negotiate a reduction in the punishment. For this reason, it is said that UEFA is ‘surprised’ that ‘no one from Turin has called’ to initiate a dialogue.

The potential European ban will only take effect once the Bianconeri qualify for the Champions League, Europa League, or Conference League, so it will not be applicable for the 2023/24 season if Massimiliano Allegri’s team fails to secure a place in a European competition this season.