Chiellini on capital gains case: ‘When you talk about Juve, it’s all amplified’

by | Dec 3, 2021 15:34

Juventus captain Giorgio Chiellini commented on the capital gains case and reiterated the need to remain ‘united’ and ‘give back’ to the club.

After the 2-0 win over Salernitana, Chiellini claimed it’s ‘time to give back’ to Juventus, who are going through a difficult moment.

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The Old Lady is under investigation for false accounting in the capital gains case and Chiellini spoke about the need to ‘stay close’ to the club and help the Bianconeri ‘get out of this situation’.

The 37-year-old, capped 114 times by Italy, returned to talk about the current situation and the investigation into the leaders at Juventus and reiterated his words from Tuesday night.

“I spoke clearly on Tuesday, saying simple but important words,” Chiellini told Sky Sport Italia. “I didn’t say them first, but I reiterated the words from the coach.

“It’s early days in the investigation, it’s all exploratory. When it comes to Juve, the investigations are amplified.

“We have to wait and put some effort into giving something back to a club that has given us so much. Tuesday’s appeal was extended to those around me and to those who have supported us for a long time.

“We have a moral obligation to be united to create something even more beautiful.”

Chiellini was also asked about his own future as a player and revealed ‘it’s not easy’ to know when to stop.

“I learned to live for the day, now it’s more difficult to recover,” he admitted. “As long as I can perform, I will go on.

“I would like to understand it a bit before, but it’s not easy.”


  1. Chris

    Wherever there has been success there has been scandal with Juventus. Mister Chiellini should know this by now, he’s been there long enough.

  2. Zambrotta

    With inter, there are also scandals when they weren’t successful. Passport fraud, capital gains, referee involvement, statute of limitations, wiretapping their own players. Even buying a player, Hakimi, for which they clearly didn’t have the funds. When they couldn’t pay their first instalment to Real, they had to sell him as fast as they could. Talking about winning a title based on fraud…

  3. Milan Fan

    If I was a player, I would refrain from commenting on these issues, so as not look like an idiot in the future.

    I’m not saying Juventus are guilty, that remains to be seen, but payers should focus on playing.


    Meanwhile Juventus needed 400 million euros cash injection to keep afloat. Talking about not being able to afford, Juve couldnt afford half of their team!

    They had to sell him fast you say but still made 30 million profit. Ha ha.

    Enjoy 7th and the unique experience you get as a Juve fan. You get to see your cub fighting for its life in court every 7-10 years.

  5. Zambrotta

    Inter needed more or less the same amount. At least our shareholders provided the capital increase. Inter had to borrow money with vulture capitalists to keep them afloat for six months to a year.

    Just wait a few months until the bankruptcy proceedings start and Barella goes to Juve for free 😉

    You won’t even be able to trade him for Carini. Ha ha ha ha ha 😀 😀 😀


    He’s right. If Juve get a dodgy penalty, the other fans whine about it for years. When it’s their own club or a small club it’s either ignored or forgotten very quickly.

    But people are too dumb to see that.

  7. Kristian Dahl

    Juve, once a cheather always a cheather

  8. The soup nazi

    Frauding the stock market is very serious. I struggle to see how some people cannot see this or deflect this by comparing to wiretapping etc. Inter, Milan etc are privately owned so as individuals can borrow, same as we barrow for a car, it’s OK if repayments are made. PIF will own Inter by next summer in any case.

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