Juventus boss Antonio Conte will face sporting charges of allegedly failing to report attempts to fix two Siena games.
Conte was questioned by the Italian Football Federation’s chief prosecutor earlier this month, after claims were made that he was involved in plans to arrange the outcome of games against Novara and Albinoleffe while in charge of Siena.
While the tactician has been cleared of sporting fraud, he will have to face charges that he was aware of the circumstances around the games.
Conte, if found guilty, could be fined or suspended – with a ban, according to some sources in Italy on Thursday, at around the six-month mark.
The tactician has always maintained his innocence following the accusations made against him by his former player at Siena, Filippo Carobbio.
The FIGC have been investigating the possibility that numerous games have been rigged as part of a numerous betting probes up and down the peninsula.
Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci and midfielder Simone Pepe have also been caught up in the drama given their time at Bari and Udinese respectively.
Bonucci will face a deferral for sporting fraud, while Pepe will have to prove his innocence after also being accused of failing to report knowledge of attempted match-fixing in reference to a Bari-Udinese tie in 2010.
It is being alleged that Bologna’s Daniele Portanova and Atalanta’s Andrea Masiello could face lengthy bans too.
Clubs such as Lecce, Grosseto and Siena will also be in the dock as they run the risk of a point penalty for the new season.
Those individuals charged with sporting fraud could face lengthy bans if found guilty.
Hearings are set to start on August 2.