Juventus’ board members including president Andrea Agnelli and vice president Pavel Nedved resigned from their roles.
In the midst of World Cup 2022 excitement, surprising news arrived from Turin regarding the Bianconeri’s management. The club have announced that all board members have decided to step back from their positions.
The board include the president, Andrea Agnelli, vice president, Pavel Nedved along with CEO Maurizio Arrivabene and other members. According to multiple reports, one of the main reasons for the assignment was their involvement in Juve’s recent suspicious transfers with inflated values.
Juve directors are being investigated for their involvement in the case and could potentially face punishment. The club announced that in order to handle the legal issues, the board members had to step aside.
Juventus will be picking a new board of members before the next shareholders meeting that will take place on January 18, 2023.
“Given the centrality and relevance of legal issues and technical-accounting pending, [board members] have deemed, in accordance with the best social interest, to recommend that Juventus provide a new Board of Directors to address these issues,” Juventus’ official statement read.