The FIGC Federal Council has approved the trust of Salernitana, who are now officially enrolled in Serie A for the first time in 23 years.
Claudio Lotito is out of the picture and the FIGC has given the go ahead for the new trust to take over Salernitana.
The Federcalcio, who rejected the first version of the blind trust, deemed the financial forecast credible and consistent and voted in favour of respecting the conditions of the Salernitana trust.
Salernitana are thus officially admitted to register for Serie A 2021-22, as the change of ownership was necessary to prevent Lazio owner Lotito from having control of two clubs in the same division.
“The Federal Council, having acknowledged the positive opinion of Covisoc, voted in favour of compliance with the conditions of the Salernitana 2021 trust,” the club wrote on their official Twitter account.
“Salernitana officially returns to Serie A after 23 years of absence.”
📄 Il Consiglio Federale, preso atto del parere positivo della Covisoc, ha votato favorevolmente in merito al rispetto delle condizioni del trust Salernitana 2021.
🇱🇻 La Salernitana ritorna ufficialmente in Serie A dopo 23 anni di assenza.#macteAnimo #forzagranata #uss1919 pic.twitter.com/ZDVL8EKcKC
— US Salernitana 1919 (@OfficialUSS1919) July 7, 2021