Juventus have confirmed that they will not add a controversial third star to their shirts for next season – but a new motto will be present.
The Old Lady were threatening to place another gold star on to their jerseys to highlight their belief that they have won 30 Scudetti.
The record books, however, because of the two stripped Calciopoli titles, illustrate that the Turin giants have officially won 28.
“The new Juventus shirt will not have the third star on it,” stated Juventus commercial director Francesco Calvo to Sky Sport Italia.
“Instead, under the club logo, will appear the words: ’30 sul campo’ [30 won on the pitch],” he stated after also revealing that the shirt would now have no stars present on it at all.
“Our shirt represents Juventus and their people. Just the club along with all the fans can define our identity.”
Calvo also added that the outfit’s away strip next term will be all black. Juventus’ second jersey in 2011-12 was pink.
One gold star represents 10 Italian championships.
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