Juventus have just been docked 15 points for their use of capital gains and more trouble could be on its way for the Bianconeri.

That punishment was handed to the black and whites because of their perceived deliberate use of capital gains to their advantage.

However, the Bianconeri are also under investigation for agreeing to pay some of their players under the table and the verdict for that has not been handed out yet.

As they battle to get this deduction overturned, a sporting justice expert has now revealed they risk more punishment.

Mattia Grassani said via Football Italia:

“The federal prosecutor has another dossier for another trial, the more slippery and delicate issue of the four months wages from the 2020 season affected by covid.

“If Giuseppe Chiné takes Juve and its directors to trial again, we could see more points docked.”

Juve FC Says

These cases are a major issue for Juve, but the punishment is also too harsh for the Bianconeri.

Other clubs involved in the capital gains case must be held responsible for their roles in the transaction.

If that happens, Italian football could be in trouble because there is a good chance more than enough clubs will be implicated.