Juventus president Andrea Agnelli is continuing in his quest to have the Calciopoli-revoked Scudetti handed back.
Tuttosport claims Agnelli has had words with FIGC president Giancarlo Abete, who is heading up an investigation into the 171,000 wiretaps that have emerged from the on-going 'Calciopoli 2' trial at the tribunal of Naples.
There Luciano Moggi and his legal team have been proving, to an extent, that a number of Serie A clubs had contacts with referees and designators between 2004 and 2006 - when Calciopoli erupted.
As part of investigations four years ago, Juventus were revoked of two Scudetti and sent to Serie B. But Agnelli remains hopeful he can fight legally to have those Scudetti handed back.
His hopes rest on the independent enquiry from the FIGC. As things stand, the Italian FA have acquired substantial evidence from the tribunal of Naples and they are confident of having the wire taps transcribed before probing further.