Bernardeschi calls on unjust Serie A investigations about Juventus
Last month, the Serie A giants were hit with a hefty 15-point reduction for inflating players’ value for capital gains. Currently at risk of getting their Serie A titles revoked, Bernardeschi hopes the second investigation doesn't find the club guilty.
Last month, it was announced thatJuventus
have been deducted 15 points because of financial malpractice. The Bianconeri have been convicted of inflating players’ values in the market for financial gains.
Although Bianconeri is appealing the decision, there is a second investigation called "salary maneuver" accusing the Serie A club of having paid three months’ salary under the table during the COVID pandemic.
, who left the club for Toronto FC at the end of his contract last summer, toldIl Mattino:
I don’t know what will happen, I hope the Scudetto titles we won won’t be revoked.
“It would be a big injustice as the team’s results go beyond the club’s finances.”
On the current
Serie A season
, the former Italy international said:
“It’s not a coincidence, the club has a long-term plan and they’ve been building teams to compete for the title for five or six years.
“They have a winning view and they deserve what they are getting. Kvaratskhelia is one of the best talents in Europe and I think the Azzurri can get satisfaction this season. I see a lot of chaos from here, but I understand Milan and Inter. It’s not easy to chase a team that never loses a game.
“I see a sort of psychological block that I also noticed when I was at Juventus. Sometimes opponents would face you already knowing they’d lose and I think the same is happening with Napoli this season.”
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