Juventus has agreed to pay a £620,000 punishment to the Italian football authorities.
Juventus has agreed to pay a fine of 718,000 euros (£620,000) as part of a settlement deal with Italian football authorities for the payment of player salaries.
Last week, Juventus was penalised 10 points for a separate probe into the club’s previous transfer practices.
The agreement implies that Juventus has accepted the 10-point penalty and will not be penalized further.
It concludes any current cases involving the Turin club.
The Italian Football Federation (FIGC) fined many officials, including former vice-chairman Pavel Nedved and ex-sporting director and managing director Fabio Paratici, in addition to the club.
Andrea Agnelli, the club’s former president, was not included in the current agreement and will have a separate hearing on June 15 after his appeal against the two-year ban he received in January was upheld earlier this month.
Juventus claimed in a statement that the agreement will enable the club to “achieve a definite result” and escape a “state of tension and instability.”
The club also stated that the deal would allow head coach Massimiliano Allegri and the players to concentrate on their preparations for the upcoming season.
Juve received a 15-point punishment for transfer dealings in January, but Italy’s top sporting court overturned that judgment in April and ordered the issue to be re-examined.
The most recent 10-point deduction pushed them to seventh position in Serie A, just outside of the European qualification spots.
Juventus, on the other hand, are only a point behind Roma and two points behind Atalanta in fifth place and might yet qualify for the Europa League or Europa Conference League.
On Sunday, Allegri’s team travels to Udinese in the last round of games.