The Juventus board has resigned following press revelations about tapped telephone calls.
“The board has tendered its resignation,” Juventus said, without offering any explanation.
Italy’s Football Federation is investigating Juve general manager Luciano Moggi over allegations that he colluded with officials over the appointing of referees for Juventus games.
The club plan to hold a shareholders meeting on 29 June to replace the outgoing board.
The Italian Football Federation launched an investigation after the contents of tapped phone conversations involving Juve general manager Luciano Moggi appeared in a newspaper.
The president and vice-president of the Federation, Franco Carraro and Innocenzo Mazzini, have already resigned their positions following the publication of the conversations.
Investigators are looking into the operation of the GEA management company headed by his son Alessandro, which manages almost 200 players and coaches in Italy.
On Wednesday, sources in Turin said that Juve CEO Antonio Giraudo was under investigation for false accounting relating to player transfer deals.
Meanwhile, amid the tumultuous backdrop, Juventus travel to Reggina on Sunday, requiring just a draw to retain the Serie A title.