Written By Jacobs Dunga
The hearing has been completed with the club fined for their actions.
The court hearing over the salary manoeuvre by Juventus has been concluded.
The club has admitted to wrongdoing and accepted to pay a fine of €720,000 while waiving the right to appeal.
Sky Italia reports that the settlement agreement by the Bianconeri was accepted by the federal court which will now see them pay just the quotes fine.
Juventus were docked ten points as a result of the “capital gains” case but have been able to negotiate a plea bargain for the “salary manoeuvre” case which has seen them attract only a fine.
Bayern Munich are closely following Juventus striker Dusan Vlahovic who wants away from the Turin giants.
The Serbian striker has had a not too Figo long season at the Allianz Stadium with injuries from the first half of the season coupled with bad form that saw him lose his place temporarily.
Sky Germany are reporting that Thomas Tuchel is a fan of the former Fiorentina attacker which makes Bayern’s interest concrete.
Fabrizio Romano also wrote that the Bavarians are interested in his services but could have to fend off competition from EPL sides Manchester United and Chelsea.
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