Atalanta owner Antonio Percassi has given his backing to head coach Gian Piero Gasperini, who was criticised by Valencia for being at a Champions League game despite suffering from coronavirus symptoms.
Gasperini revealed last week he was scared as he appeared to suffer from COVID-19 as Atalanta defeated Valencia 4-3 behind closed doors in the Champions League on March 10.
The Bergamo outfit advanced to the quarter-finals 8-4 on aggregate at Mestalla, although the competition has since been suspended due to the virus.
Valencia expressed "surprise" at Gasperini's comments, suggesting his actions "put at risk numerous people" in the city.
However, Percassi does not wish to drag the saga out, insisting he and Gasperini followed the rules and are moving forward.
"I am with Gasperini and the players. I am looking ahead," he told L'Eco di Bergamo.
"The controls say that, like Atalanta with our members, we did everything in compliance with the rules and with the utmost prudence.
"This is fundamental for us. We are in Bergamo."
With the Champions League reportedly set to resume in August, Atalanta will first return to Serie A action on June 21 as they look to secure qualification for Europe's elite club competition for next season.
La Dea are fourth, three points clear of fifth-placed Roma with a game in hand.