On November 28, all Juventus leaders resigned. President Andrea Agnelli and vice president Pavel Nedved have both officially left Juventus.
The collective resignation comes after Juventus’ financial reports were found by Italian prosecutors and market regulators to have irregularities in the books and opened an investigation. They accused Juventus of wrongdoing.
At the time of the Covid-19 pandemic broke out in 2020, the players and coach Maurizio Sarri agreed to reduce their salaries to help the club. However, the financial statements of “Old Lady” appear unusual.
With certain disturbances, the future of Coach Max Allegri is also questioned. However, John Elkann, CEO of JSC Exor (the parent company of Juventus), asserted that Allegri continued to stay.
“Allegri is an important part of the Juventus project and we trust him to help the team win again,” said Elkann.
Juventus said it will convene a shareholder meeting on January 18 to appoint a new Board of Directors. Andrea Agnelli, who has worked for Juventus since 2010, will not run for re-election.
This season, Juventus was eliminated from the group stage of the Champions League 2022/23. In the domestic front, the situation has improved, but they are still 10 points behind the top team Napoli.
Tieu Lam – according to xevathethao.vn | 06:07 11/30/2022