The Disciplinary Commission will reveal its verdicts on the betting trial, including Antonio Conte and Leonardo Bonucci, on Friday morning.
The trial concluded last week and the panel of judges is set to announce the ruling tomorrow.
This is lower than the 15-month ban requested by prosecutor Stefano Palazzi and Conte is able to appeal.
Juve players Bonucci and Simone Pepe are expected to be cleared, as the Disciplinary Commission noted multiple contradictions in Andrea Masiello’s testimony.
Bonucci risks three years and six months in the stands, while Pepe could be out for a year.
Also awaiting the verdicts are Juve assistant manager Angelo Alessio, Bologna defender Daniele Portanova, ex-Rossoblu captain Marco Di Vaio and more.
Clubs Ancona, Bologna, Grosseto, Lecce, Novara and Udinese wait to know if they will have points docked for the new season or, in Lecce’s case, demotion to Lega Pro.
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