The Italian Seria A are set to resume their league if the Italian government gives them approval, the league’s general assembly met on Wednesday via videoconference and approved the date for resumption “in accordance with government decisions and medical protocols”.
Clubs in the Italian Serie A returned to training earlier in May but were only allowed to train individually. The Italian Serie A has been in suspension since 9th of March with 12 full rounds of games and four outstanding fixtures still to play.
Juventus are currently leading the league with one point over Lazio and are looking to win the league for the ninth consecutive time. Reports have it that teams will be able to train collectively from Monday. Italy has been one of the countries worst affected by coronavirus, with a number of players having become infected.
Last week, three Fiorentina players and three members of the club’s support staff tested positive for coronavirus, while a Torino player also tested positive.