The Serie A table has been completely transformed after the verdict giving Juventus back their 15 points, putting the Bianconeri third and pushing Milan and Inter out of the Champions League zone.



As expected, the Collegio di Garanzia today acknowledged there was insufficient clarity in the reasoning given by the Federal Court of Appeal on the 15-point penalty for artificially inflating transfer fees to boost capital gains.

The case has been pushed back to the Federal Court of Appeal, meaning it will be the third time this particular panel has had to rule on the situation, after initially clearing everyone in April 2022 and then inflicting heavy penalties on Juve in January 2023.

It has an immediate effect on the table, as for now Juventus get their 15 points back and are catapulted from 44 points and eighth place to 59 points and third place.

Napoli on 75 and Lazio on 61 remain in their slots, but Roma on 56 are bumped down to fourth.

More importantly, Milan on 53 and Inter 51 drop out of the Champions League places completely.

Atalanta are further behind in that race on 49 points.

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