Juventus have no plans to refund fans who already bought tickets for the coming weekend’s Derby D’Italia with Inter as it will be played behind closed doors. Fans won’t be allowed into the stadium due to the outbreak of coronavirus in Italy.
Per bawkuonline.com reports, Inter Milan is already prepared to refund the over 30,000 fans who purchased tickets for the Europa League round of 32 match at home to Ludogorets on Thursday.
While Sassuolo, AC Milan and Parma are set to also refund their fans for their upcoming matches.
But Juventus, similar to ten different clubs in Serie A, doesn’t repay fans if a game is changed to be played behind closed doors.
The last home match against Inter recorded an income of more than €3 million, it’s unmistakable why the Turin would stick to it’s policy, despite of the circumstance.