According to La Stampa, Juventus directors are furious and consider suspending Paulo Dybala, Weston McKennie and Arthur after attending a private party, breaching COVID rules.
The Turin-based paper was the first one to break the news this morning.
According to reports in Italy, McKennie organized a private party inviting ten people, including his two teammates.
It is forbidden to organize private parties in Italy under the current COVID rules.
Neighbours called the Police when they noticed a party was going on inside McKennie's home.
Italy has a nationwide curfew in place, from 10 pm to 5 am. The Police officers arrived at McKennie's home at around 11.30 pm.
It is unclear whether McKennie immediately let Police officers in.
The party attendees have been fined €400 each and Juventus will also fine their players.
However, according to La Stampa, the consequences for the trio could be even greater.
The Serie A giants are reportedly considering suspending their footballers who could sit out Saturday's Derby della Mole against Torino.
Arthur may miss the game anyway due to an injury, while Dybala was expected to return to the squad for the first time after two months.