Juventus have been admitted to the 2021-22 edition of the Champions League after the Super League disciplinary action was postponed.
According to news agency ANSA, UEFA sent a letter to the Bianconeri confirming they will take part in the tournament.
It was dated June 14 and came after the Disciplinary Commission temporarily suspended its proceedings due to legal action from Juve, Real Madrid and Barcelona.
If it had been allowed to continue, it is possible that the Disciplinary Commission would’ve excluded these clubs from the Champions League for one or even two seasons.
They are the only remaining sides committed to the breakaway Super League project, as the other nine have all walked away and recommitted themselves to UEFA.
ANSA maintain the letter from UEFA was sent to Juventus and the Italian football federation (FIGC).