Juventus has said it is taking its case to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in an attempt to regain the 2006 Scudetto, stripped from the club following the Calciopoli match-fixing scandal.
Last month, the Italian Football Association (FIGC) ruled there were no legal grounds to revoke the 2006 Scudetto from new holders Inter Milan and hand it back to Juventus.
That decision did not sit well with Juventus president Andrea Agnelli who will not concede defeat, and maintains his club have every right to fight through all the legal avenues.
“The system which punished Juventus was incompetent. We have been speaking with our legal team and we will be ready to present our case to the CAS so we can get those titles reassigned,” Agnelli said. “We will adopt the following measures by going to the CAS, the Attorney General at the Court of Auditors, the Rome prefect office, CONI Delegate of management Control and the UEFA Executive Committee. We won the Scudetto on the pitch in 2006 with 91 points and then another club (Inter) saw it handed to them on a table.”