The Argentine was asked to reply questions related to the 'Prisma Investigation' that could see Juventus being relegated to Serie B.

The investigation against Juventus over their alleged irregularities could have a major effect on the Serie A title race, as Paulo Dybala's recent statements to the Italian Federation's authorities could have the Argentine suspended.

Dybala has been key to Roma's pace in the ongoing season, and after showing up as a witness to the scandal that saw Juventus losing points, he could end up being banned for one month for an alleged breach in the entity's rules.

According to a report by La Repubblica, Dybala was part of a scheme where Juventus allegedly made an illegal arrangement with some of their footballers to soften the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, which saw them promising to pay their players pending wages if they agreed to take a paycut during those months. The main problem is that Juventus reported that their players had surrendered the rights to receive that money, giving Juve the option to produce false financial statements.

In Dybala's case, the issue came to light after one of his attorneys filed a lawsuit against Juventus for a pending payment for the player's contract extension, which never got to the Argentine and was reported by Juventus. Paying a footballer as a bonus for a contract extension is illegal in Italy, and that would be the cause for Dybala to be suspended.

If Juventus' actions are confirmed, the bianconeri could be handed another 22-point deduction, which could seriously jeopardize their spot in the Serie A next season.