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Goal.com invites readers to ask whether or not Juventus need - or should want - the influence of Luciano Moggi, the famous transfer supremo and the 'father of Calciopoli'...

As reported yesterday on Goal.com, Luciano Moggi could be in line for a shock return to Italian football (see here if you missed it.)

Although the ex-Juve director has been issued with a lengthy ban for his part in 'Calciopoli', it seems as though a legal loophole could see him allowed back into the Italian game.

With Juventus shareholders up in arms over the current running of the club - not least Alessio Secco's role as transfer guru - could Moggi be the answer to their problems?

It's certainly true that as a transfer consultant the 71-year-old enjoyed remarkable success, but it is also a fact that his dodgy dealings and past reputation go before him.

What do you think? Should Juve sever all ties with this polarising figure, or would they do well to give him another chance? Click here to vote and we'll look at the results on Thursday.

--Goal.com team

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