Italian agent Claudio Pasqualin believes Juventus' financial investigation will effect the local transfer market in January.
Pasqualin believes Juve now face major problems.
He told TMW: "Juventus? I think the matter is serious. Also because the risk of exclusion from competitions and penalisation is mentioned in the financial report on 30 June.
"Obviously, there is also a fine among the possibilities. The serious question would seem to be the salary maneuver, which would have led to an overestimation of operating losses and shareholders' equity."
Asked how much will it affect the market, Pasqualin also said: "It will have an influence. And therefore it will be up to (Max) Allegri to keep the team out of these problems.
"However, as Abodi said, this story involves other teams. So it cannot fail to have effects on the market. It is utopian to think that Juve will get money out in January."