The Italy international was first interviewed by the prosecutors investigating the match-fixing scandal earlier this month, emerging after a 50-minute meeting to tell waiting reporters that everything was okay.
However, he has now been summoned for a second time in connection with alleged attempts to influence the outcome of games involving Bari during the 2009-10 season.
The news of Ranocchia's withdrawal comes on the same day that the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) Disciplinary Committee rejected Juventus coach Antonio Conte's attempt at a plea bargain agreement.
The Scommessopoli affair centres on the findings of prosecutors in Bari, Cremona and Naples in relation to their investigation into a global match-fixing ring believed to have been in operation for a decade.
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