You own and run the biggest brand in Italian Football. You're the only club that has its own stadium. Your revenues and spending capacities dwarf all local competitors by a margin. You've won 9 out of 10 scudettos and were super close to also winning in Europe. You became capable of buying Ronaldo and De Ligt level stars.
Then covid happens. Instead of counting your blessings, tightening things up knowing that all clubs have taken a massive hit but you have every advantage in the world to weather the storm better than most, no instead you cook the books to hide some of the losses to gain a marginal advantage in valuation and cashflow.
If the accusations are true (and the resignation implies that it is) then this was entirely avoidable. Bloody Inter sucked it up and let go of Conte, Lukaku, Hakimi and Eriksen in one window. Covid didn't just hit Juve's finances. He should have taken the hit, downsized like others have, and we'd have been better placed than most to make a come back.
Now a lot of strange decisions make more sense. Like selling Ronaldo with no replacement planned and cashing in on De Ligt and others. Not sacking Allegri and the whole "joke" about who will pay the next manager's salary. Fucker should have just said the financial situation is dire and we need to downsize to save the club. His ego got in the way. Wanted to be a European power house so much he couldnt accept the regression that was necessary.