All fingers are pointing to the Italian Seria A as they are “99%” sure of resuming their long suspended league. The Italian Serie A says the Italian government will allow them to resume their league on the 13th of this month June, this was made know by the country’s Olympic committee spokesperson.
Clubs are already back in training and their government is currently working on getting the approval for the league to resume on the 13th of June. The Italian Serie A was has been under suspension since 9th of March with most teams having 12 games to play.
The country’s Olympic Committee President Giovanni Malago said: “To talk about the chances of it finishing, you would need a crystal ball.” “It’s a real risk, but Serie A’s primary and only objective is to restart,” Malago added.
Juventus are currently topping the league with one point ahead of Lazio and they are chasing their ninth consecutive Italian Serie A title. Malago also said the government might also change its stance on a whole squad having to go into 14-day isolation if a player tested positive for coronavirus.
According to him, he said: “I do not know the reason for the [health ministry] decision but I am told it is one that could be reviewed.”