Juventus president Andrea Agnelli has brandished the whole Calciopoli scandal as nothing more than ridiculous.
The two revoked Scudetti have commanded great interest from the Italian chief who has applied to the FIGC for the restoration of the two stripped titles based on evidence which has emerged at the current Calciopoli trial at the Tribunal of Naples.
As things stand, the FIGC have confirmed they would open an investigation based on Agnelli's request which was filed in May 2010, but they are following the trial in Naples before making further decisions.
And Agnelli feels the 2006 sports trial was flawed - another reason he feels those titles were fully deserved.
"Calciopoli? It's a part of our identity which needs to be clarified soon. We have to wait for the decisions from ordinary justice. Of course, if it is possible to accept it..." he told club chiefs during a dinner, as reported by La Repubblica.
"Everyone knows what I think about Calciopoli - and that it is a ridiculous process. The lawyers have told me that they were unable to read all the legal documents."