Juventus were relegated to Serie B and saw the 2005 and 2006 Serie A titles taken from them. Despite immediately gaining promotion back to the Italian top flight, the Bianconeri feel they have lost a significant amount of revenue through not playing in Serie A, as well as missing out on European competition.
On Monday evening, the Supreme Court in Italy dropped charges of sporting fraud against Luciano Moggi and Antonio Giraudo after the statute of limitations expired. Though they were not acquitted.
As a result, Juventus president Andrea Agnelli is mulling over a request for damages from the FIGC due to Calciopoli, as well as the reinstatement of the two stripped Scudetti, according to Il Fatto Quotidiano.
A figure of around €444m has been suggested, made up of €130 million from a decline in stock market value; €110m for the depreciation of the Juventus brand; €80m for failure to take part in the Champions League; and €40m for a decrease in TV rights.
Should such a figure be granted the Italian Football Federation would almost certainly go bankrupt, with other clubs affected by the scandal following Juventus’ lead.