According to Sky Sport Italia, the first Serie A game back will be Torino-Parma on June 19, with Atalanta-Sassuolo and Inter-Sampdoria on June 20.
The chief of the San Raffaele Hospital in Milan claims COVID-19 ‘clinically no longer exists’ in Italy, even in the Lombardy region. ‘Positive tests now have an infinitesimal viral load.’
There were 75 deaths related to COVID-19 in Italy over the last 24 hours, 33 of them in Lombardy, but only 355 new cases from 54,118 tests.
As the coronavirus pandemic in Italy continues to ease, it’s reported Juventus President Andrea Agnelli proposed partial reopening of Serie A stadiums.
The summer transfer window for the 2020-21 season will run from September 1 to October 5, according to reports in Italy.
It’s reported Serie A kick-off times will be decided according to location, avoiding early games in the south, while Juventus-Lazio could be saved for Monday July 20.
Players’ Association President Damiano Tommasi has urged Serie A to follow La Liga by scheduling summer games late at night, while he’s ‘perplexed’ by the Coppa Italia plan.
Cagliari midfielder Radja Nainggolan is mourning the death of his niece after she sadly lost her battle with cancer.
When Serie A resumes on June 20, the idea is to have a game on every single day at seven different kick-off times.
There are reports in France and Spain that Max Allegri taking the Paris Saint-Germain job could see Miralem Pjanic join him for Marquinhos or Marco Verratti to Juventus.
The Players’ Association again reiterated they will not accept Serie A matches played in the early afternoon during June and July.
FIGC President Gabriele Gravina confirms they could ‘consider alternative formats’ should the 2020-21 Serie A season start later than September 12, while defining Plan C for this term.
Cagliari President Tommaso Giulini reveals he ‘asked Max Allegri’ to take the Sardinian job in January. ‘He told me his next adventure will be abroad.’
Cagliari Calcio was founded 100 years ago today, so President Tommaso Giulini celebrates the occasion with new developments on their stadium project.
As the pandemic curve continues to fall in Italy and dates given for games, plans are being worked on to bring fans back to the stadiums too.
Serie A will officially resume on the weekend of June 20-21 with four games, including Atalanta-Sassuolo and Inter-Sampdoria.
Piero Ausilio confirms Sandro Tonali ‘has the quality to play for Inter’, he is ‘working’ to sign Georgios Vagiannidis and that Radja Nainggolan could yet stay.
Italy’s Minister of Sport Vincenzo Spadafora claims the resumption of football represents ‘an important signal’ for the country.
Serie A will resume from June 20, but the precise dates will be decided tomorrow, probably starting with outstanding Week 25 games, with an aim to conclude by August 2.
Cagliari coach Walter Zenga urged his squad to ‘think positive’ now that Serie A has a restart date of June 20. ‘It allows us to set an objective.’