Retrieved 03 May 2020, 17:48 IST
Clubs in Serie A may welcome players back to their training ground from Monday after the move by the Italian government.
A decree issued in the Emilia-Romguna region on Thursday opened the door for training for Sassuolo, SPL, Bologna and Parma from May 4. On Saturday, Sassuolo became the first team to ensure they return to training.
Roma followed in their footsteps, and now the rest of Italy’s top flight teams, respecting the rules of social distance, could prepare for a possible resumption of the season following an official order allowing players to train individually at their clubs.
The Clubs and Players Association argued that running on a training ground is safer than local parks, as social distance can be guaranteed.
A statement from the Italian Home Office said: “Based on a shared text of the various provisions of the Inter-Ministerial Forum, it is believed that sports and sports are allowed for individual athletes, both professional and non-professional. In public or private sector at least two meters of inter-person s The defense respects distance and respects the banning of any kind of assembly. “
The decree will remain in effect until December 17, the day the Italian lockdown system expires.
The 2012-20 Serie A season has been postponed since March due to the COVID-19 crisis, which has killed more than 26,000 people in Italy.
At the top of the Juventus Serie A, the defending champions are leading Lazio at one point.