The FIGC will follow instructions from the UEFA after the breakaway by Juventus, Inter and Milan, but the potential penalties will not affect the current season.
The Federcalcio decides the line of prudence and according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, they have chosen to follow the instructions from the UEFA.
The possible penalties for the Italian sides breaking away to be part of the founding clubs in the European Super League, will not affect the 2020-21 season.
Inter sit first in Serie A, with Milan second and Juventus fourth in the standings, and a ruling by FIFPro is expected in the next few hours.
Any penalties for the clubs that have founded the Super League will be decided after the UEFA has made a decision, and the national leagues will then follow.