Juventus manager, Massimiliano Allegri, has insisted he will not abandon the club after they were docked 15 points for false accounting.
On Friday, the former Serie A champions were punished by the Italian Football Federation for several financial violations, which involved inflated transfer budgets and player salaries.
The ruling means Juve have dropped to 10th place on the table.
But Allegri has pledged to remain with the Turin side.
“I’m the coach of Juventus and I will remain the coach of Juventus unless they send me away.
“I’m unable to analyze the severity of -15 in the table.
“The only thing certain is that one: we must accept yesterday’s ruling. The club, with the lawyers, have already released the official statement. We have to be silent, very low profile, and do this challenge starting from 22 points.
“We have to do our duty: the final judgment will come in 2 months,” Allegri said.