Prosecutor demands fines and suspensions for Juve and Napoli in capital gains trial

epa08492368 Napoli's president Aurelio De Laurentiis (L) and Juventus' president Andrea Agnelli (R) stand on the podium after the Italian Cup final soccer match between SSC Napoli and Juventus FC at the Olimpico stadium in Rome, Italy, 17 June 2020. Napoli won 4-2 on penalties. EPA-EFE/ETTORE FERRARI

The FIGC Prosecutor has reportedly demanded fines and suspensions for Serie A clubs, directors and Presidents involved in the capital gains trial, including Andrea Agnelli and Aurelio De Laurentiis.

Serie A and Serie B clubs, including Italian giants Napoli and Juventus, are accused of inflating the cost of players during the past transfer windows.

The first hearing in the court case was held this morning, with the Federal Prosecutor demanding fines for clubs and suspensions for their directors and Presidents.

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According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Federal Prosecutor demanded a fine of €800,000 for Juventus as well as suspensions for their President Andrea Agnelli (one year), Federico Cherubini (six months and 20 days), Pavel Nedved and Maurizio Arrivabene (eight months) and former Bianconeri director Fabio Paratici (16 months and 10 days).

As for Napoli, the Prosecutor demanded a suspension of 11 months and five days for President Aurelio De Laurentiis, six months and ten days for his wife, his son Edoardo, his daughter Valentina, and nine months and 15 days for club CEO Andrea Chiavelli.

The club will be asked to pay a fine of €329,000. Sampdoria, Empoli and Genoa are the other Serie A clubs involved in the trial and have been demanded to pay €195,000, €42,000 and €320,000, respectively.

The Tuscans’ president Fabrizio Corsi could also face a ban of 22 months and 15 days. Parma and Pisa (Serie B) will only face potential fines.

15 Comments on “Prosecutor demands fines and suspensions for Juve and Napoli in capital gains trial”

  1. Counter-offer… lifetime ban on Agnelli, Arrivabene, Cherubini and make Paratici stay in Premier League.

    Ironic that Ferrari sits atop of the F1 world now that Arrivabene is no longer there.

  2. I wonder why agnelli & juventus name is always mentioned anywhere there is chaos, fraud and deception! It’s not surprising Delaurentis can go any length to make profits, seeing Napoli has worn more than 5 different jersey in a single season. Why are Italian clubs full of cheat so much? Milan had been transparent thanks to Gazidis, Maldini and the Elliot management.

  3. Juve are always named because prosecutors want to make names for themselves. Then nothing happens,like in this case, because there’s a big difference between making an accusation and backing it with evidence.

  4. juventini blame anything on Inter lol. If a juventino gets fired from their job, Inter did it. If a juventino’s wife cheats on him, Inter did it. If a juventino fails an exam, yes, Inter did it. Comically deluded fanbase.

  5. Im surprised juventus didn’t blame inter for their champions league failure… that’s what’s left for next after that there is nothing to blame inter for

  6. @Francesco Chrissy you guys take others words too easily. We Juventino will never blame our failure to Inter. Because to us Inter is just another club like Carpi.. like..nothing..

  7. @kunz

    Who made you official juve fan spokesman? Based on comments here and others articles, juventini do whine and cry about Inter. As for Inter being like Carpi.. sure, because Carpi won a historic Treble before, won the Scudetto last season and just beat your club. Doesn’t that make juve really bad to be losing at home to Carpi? Haha 😄

  8. @ChRissy83

    Obviously Inter bribed Rugani and De Ligt to give away penalties when Villarreal destroyed juve 3-0 lol. 🙄 juventini are not the brightest bunch are they?

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