Juventus prepare for the Scudetto celebrations and have already challenged the authorities by placing a huge ‘30’ sign on the stadium entrance.
Technically the Bianconeri won their 28th title on Sunday, but the club continues to include the two stripped in the Calciopoli trial in 2006.
The FIGC have said it would be “an act of provocation” for Juve to put a third star on their shirts next season – as each star represents 10 Scudetti.
However, pictures emerged from Turin today showing a huge Scudetto symbol with three golden stars and the number 30 placed at the entrance to the Juventus Stadium.
It seems certain the celebrations planned for after the game with Atalanta on Sunday will focus heavily on it being their 30th title, regardless of what the history books actually say.
Defender Paolo De Ceglie also contributed to the party by driving in to the training camp today with a specially painted car boasting the colours of the Italian flag and three golden stars on the hood.
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