Juve will pay a sum of €5 million to the Italian court of appeal in a defamation case brought by Adobe, the Italian news agency ANSA reported on Sunday.
The move will be made official later in the week, the APA news agency said.
It was not immediately clear who would receive the sum of cash.
Adobe had been accused of running a campaign against Juventus that was based on a doctored video of a fan singing a parody of the song “Tito” by the Spanish rock band Celine Dion.
In June, a lower court found that the campaign breached the law on freedom of speech.
The case was heard by a four-judge panel.
Juve, in its appeal against the court ruling, said the adobe campaign was motivated by the “personal attacks” that it had made against Juventus fans.