In a dramatic turn of events, the highest sport court in Italy has overturned the 15 points deduction that was previously imposed on Juventus.
The 15 points deduction was initially handed down after allegations arose that the club had artificially inflated transfer fees to boost their capital gain.
The accusations were vehemently denied by Juventus, who promptly launched an appeal in the hopes of having the points restored.
As the appeal hearing approached, Juventus was on the edge, eager to see how the appeal would play out.
But in the end, justice prevailed, and the court ruled in favor of the Turin-based club.
The decision was met with great jubilation among the Juventus faithful, who had been anxiously awaiting the outcome of the appeal.
The club’s position in the Serie A standing was instantly improved, with the 15 points restored and Juventus moved from 7th to 3rd place.
Juventus is still in the running for a coveted spot in the Champions League next season.
The prosecutor still has 30 days to appeal the decision, meaning that the club’s fate is not yet sealed.