A settlement deal between Juventus and the Italian football authorities over a matter involving the payment of player salary calls for Juventus to pay a 718,000 euro (£620,000) fine.
Following a separate probe into the team’s prior transfer activities, Juventus was penalized 10 points last week.
Juventus will not lose any additional points as a result of the deal, which implies they have agreed to take the 10-point punishment.
Any cases regarding the Turin club that were still pending are now over.
The Italian Football Federation (FIGC), in addition to the club’s overall fine, also fined a number of executives, including former vice-chairman Pavel Nedved and former sporting director and managing director Fabio Paratici.
The club’s former president Andrea Agnelli, whose appeal against the two-year suspension he received in January was upheld earlier this month, was left out of the most recent agreement and will instead have his own hearing on June 15.
In a statement, Juventus said the agreement would allow the club to “achieve a definite result” and overcome a “state of tension and instability”.
The club added that the deal would let players and head coach Massimiliano Allegri concentrate on preparing for the upcoming season.
Juve was initially given a 15-point punishment for transfer deals in January, but Italy’s top sporting court reversed that judgment in April and mandated a re-examination of the matter.
The most recent 10-point deduction caused them to fall to seventh place in Serie A, outside of the slots required to qualify for Europe.
Juventus, who trail Roma by just one point and Atalanta, who is now in fifth place, by two points, have a chance to go to the Europa League or Europa Conference League.
In the last round of games on Sunday, Allegri’s team visits Udinese.