Juventus out of Serie A if he remains in the Super League. The president of the FIGC, Gabriele Gravina, outlines the possible scenario. “The rules are clear: if at the time of registration for the next championship Juventus will still be part of the Super League, they will not be able to participate in Serie A. It would be sorry for the fans but the rules are rules: they apply to everyone”, says the number 1 of the football federation. on the sidelines of an event in Naples. Read also “I hope and hope that this dispute can be resolved as soon as possible. We are all tired of this tug-of-war between Uefa and these 3 clubs. I hope, I will do it very soon, I also hope to be able to mediate with the inside of this controversy between Juventus and UEFA, because it is not good for international football, Italian football and Juventus “, the words of Gravina, in the morning, on Radio, too, sport. “Sanctions by the FIGC? No, the Football Federation applies the rules that provide for non-participation in the championship if the principles imposed by UEFA are not accepted”, Gravina’s response. Juventus, among the 12 founding clubs of the Superlega project, remained with Real Madrid and Barcelona to support the hypothesis of a club competition. The other 9 companies initially involved, including Inter and Milan, have reached an agreement with Uefa obtaining the ‘pardon’. Juve, Real and Barcelona in theory risk exclusion from European competitions.