Monza chief Adriano Galliani has called for an end to the punishments of Juventus.
Juve were penalised 10 points last season and fined over the capital gains investigation.
Galliani says the Turin giants have paid enough, stating: “I think Juve have paid enough, seeing as without the points penalty they would've been in the Champions League, but instead were bumped down to seventh."
Meanwhile, on the success of Monza coach Rafaelle Palladino, Galliani also told Il Cittadino: “When we decided to bet on Palladino, we were torn apart, a bit like when at Milan we chose Arrigo Sacchi. But now Raffaele can follow in the footsteps of the great coaches."