Juventus president Andrea Agnelli says Serie A must learn from the Parma meltdown.
Parma needed a €5 million bailout from the Lega Serie A to reach the end of the season.
Agnelli said: "The fact a club can reach this point is down to the bad management of Italian football. I am not worried what people in Italy think of the country, but I am worried by what you overseas think of us.
"Old stadiums are one of the causes of this crisis, I agree 100 per cent. It is our generation's job to leave our children with a different football, one that is better and more transparent, but also a better country.
"Without doubt there are differences between me and other Serie A Presidents. In my view it should be run like the Premier League by people who bring the League forward as a product with a strategy to develop and export our football.
"In James Pallotta, the Roma President, we have found an ally. Are more foreign investors welcome? I don't care where the investment comes from, but I can assure you Juve will remain Italian."