CAGLIARI NEWS

The FIGC President Gabriele Gravina looks forward with ‘great satisfaction’ to resume football tomorrow and will ask to eliminate the quarantine in due time.
Torino are reportedly pursuing a loan deal for Inter loanee Radja Nainggolan, who will most likely return from Cagliari this summer.
Cagliari midfielder Radja Nainggolan has sustained a right calf strain during training.
There were 79 deaths related to Coronavirus in Italy over the last 24 hours, with 283 new cases, as the death toll has gone over 34,000.
The Ministry for Health in Italy hopes to have fans in Serie A stadiums by August and September, but won’t rule out July either, as the coronavirus pandemic eases.
Inter director Beppe Marotta is ‘waiting to see what Barcelona do’ about the Lautaro Martinez clause, is vague on Sandro Tonali and Radja Nainggolan, while ‘everyone is happy’ with Mauro Icardi’s move.
Inter CEO Beppe Marotta wants to sit down with Lautaro Martinez and ‘make him understand’ that he will be better off staying at San Siro.
There is a bizarre conspiracy theory, pushed by Benevento Mayor Clemente Mastella, suggesting two Serie A clubs are hiding COVID-19 cases so they can then potentially cut the season short.
Joao Pedro’s agent admits the Cagliari striker ‘received many calls from Italy and abroad, including Torino, but we haven’t said yes to anyone yet.’
Minister for Sport Vincenzo Spadafora warns ‘there will be no room for violent ultras’ when Serie A and B stadiums reopen after clashes in Rome.
The FIGC is widely expected to veto the Lega Serie A suggestion of blocking the Scudetto, relegation and promotion in case the 2019-20 season is called off early.
In a remarkable twist, it’s reported Nicolò Zaniolo could return to Inter in exchange for cash plus Radja Nainggolan – the exact reverse of the move that took him to Roma.
Cagliari President Tommaso Giulini has cast doubt on Radja Nainggolan staying beyond this summer. “I think he can be part of Inter’s team next season.”
A UEFA licence for 2020-21 has been granted to 16 out of 20 Serie A clubs, with Brescia, SPAL, Lecce and Genoa missing out.
Serie A clubs are demanding no Scudetto winner or relegations if the season stops again with neither mathematically decided.
The FIGC has announced that Serie A clubs can make up to five substitutions during matches for the rest of this season.
Inter’s substitutes have scored just one Serie A goal off the bench this season, ranking only better than SPAL in that regard.
Torino are reportedly monitoring Joao Pedro’s situation at Cagliari, hoping to find a way to lure the Brazilian to Turin this summer.
The FIGC is reportedly threatening to exclude from Serie A any club that does not respect the medical protocol for COVID-19.
The FIGC Presidential Committee has announced the establishment of a 'Salva Calcio Fund' of €21.7m, allocated to help save the lower leagues.