Juventus coach Didier Deschamps says no more players will be leaving the club, despite its relegation to Serie B.
"Whoever's under contract at Juventus can speak to as many lawyers as they like, but nothing will happen. The door is shut," Deschamps told reporters Wednesday.
Juventus lost its appeal Tuesday against a July 14 ruling which stripped the Turin giant of its last two Serie A titles and relegated it to the second division with a 30-point penalty for influencing the outcome of matches.
Juve's only respite in the appeal was a cut in its points penalty to 17.
Juventus stars Gianluca Zambrotta, Lilian Thuram, Emerson and Fabio Cannavaro have already transferred to other clubs.
Zambrotta and Thuram went to FC Barcelona. Emerson and Cannavaro linked up with former Juventus coach Fabio Capello at Real Madrid.
Patrick Vieira is expected to join Inter Milan later this week.
Italian media reports suggested that Juventus' remaining big names - goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon, strikers Zlatan Ibrahimovic and David Trezeguet and midfielder Mauro Camoranesi - were awaiting the outcome of the trial before making decisions about their futures.
Two others, veterans Pavel Nedved and Alessandro Del Piero, signaled their intention to remain at the club before the appeals ruling. source