15 Serie A sides have agreed to rally against Juventus over proposed Champions League reform, but Inter Milan and AC Milan both abstained.
It was announced on Monday that a resolution had been signed by a significant majority of Serie A clubs, vowing to support the other top European Leagues in their opposition to UEFA and the European Club Association (ECA).
According to the 15 sides, the plans – which consist of promotion and relegation in European competitions – could lead to a decrease of as much as 35 percent in Serie A revenues.
However, Juve voted the document down, given their President Andrea Agnelli is also the head of the ECA and is pushing for a Super Champions League.
Furthemore, Inter, Milan, Fiorentina and Roma all chose to sit out the vote.