Parma will learn today or tomorrow if they have been successful in their appeal against the FIGC to be awarded a UEFA License for 2014-15.
The Ducali finished sixth in Serie A to book their place in the qualifying rounds of the Europa League, but their participation is in doubt, having yet to be awarded a UEFA License by the Italian Football Federation.
The FIGC’s dispute with the club centres on an unpaid tax bill of €300,000 and has been taken to the High Court.
The Gazzetta dello Sport report that a verdict from the High Court on Parma’s appeal is due from this evening and will most likely arrive tomorrow.
Should the Gialloblu prove unsuccessful, then Torino are in line to take their position in the Europa League, having finished in the next place below them in Serie A and having already been granted a UEFA License.
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