Silvio Berlusconi is aiming for a return to Italian football's top table for the first time since selling AC Milan after his new club Monza were promoted to Serie B on Monday.
Gabriele Gravina, the Italian FA president, mentioned the possibility of Serie A and the rest of the division being played in September and October if needed. He did so in an interview for 'Domenica Sportiva'. For now, the plan is to resume on 17th May.
Four Pianese players tested positive for the coronavirus in the six days since playing Juventus' U23s, with the latter now quarantined.
Barcelona have cashed in on a young talent after Juventus stepped in, but have taken Matheus Pereira on loan from the Italian giants.
Silvio Berlusconi is back, and he had no issue in criticising the current AC Milan managers, the club that 'Il Cavaliere' led to glory so many times.
Italian third-tier side Pro Piacenza were on Monday excluded from Serie C after fielding a team of just seven players in a 20-0 defeat by league rivals Cuneo, governing body Lega Pro announced.
Pro Piacenza lost 20-0 at AC Cuneo after only being able to name seven players for Sunday's Serie C match.