Juventus will learn in May whether they will have the 2005 and 2006 revoked Scudetti reinstated as the FIGC's independent investigation into Calciopoli proceedings at the trial of Naples nears a conclusion.
Il Corriere dello Sport claims the lead investigator into the FIGC's probe, Stefano Palazzi, after Juventus' request last year, will conclude his findings after working through a mound of evidence acquired from the Naples trial.
Juve feel they deserve the Scudetti handed back after proceedings in Naples uncovered calls to referees and referee designators involving Inter directors between 2004 and 2006.
Palazzi is expected to analyse whether the evidence from Naples is enough to warrant further measures to return the Scudetti to Juventus.
A sports trial in 2006 into the Calciopoli trial saw Juventus stripped of their 2005 title, with the 2006 Scudetto being handed to Inter following punishments to the Old Lady.
The FIGC's investigation runs parallel to the Naples trial which is ongoing.