Juve were docked 10 points on Monday after a new ruling by an Italian soccer court in a case centred on their transfer dealings, which dropped them from second to seventh in Serie A, outside of the European qualification places.
"It's a difficult moment for Juventus, on and off the pitch," John Elkann, CEO of Exor, the holding company of Italy's Agnelli family which controls Juventus told reporters on Tuesday after an event at Bocconi University in Milan.
"(But) Juve have always faced adversities and grown stronger in adversities.
"Today I spoke with coach Massimiliano Allegri. He strongly feels the responsibility of our history and he is committed to face the next two games to deserve a spot for Europe on the pitch."