Italian football now has a resumption date. It will be on 20th June after an agreement reached in the last meeting between politicians and the clubs amongst others. The Coppa Italia and Serie B restart dates have also been confirmed.
Italy's sports minister Vincenzo Spadafora said on Wednesday that a decision will be made "in the coming days" on whether Italian football clubs can return to training amid the coronavirus pandemic.
'Il Corriere dello Sport' says that if Serie A and the rest of Italian football get back underway, there will be VAR. There was certain controversy and debate as to whether VAR would be shelved for the rest of the term, but it will be there. Social distancing will be respected.
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.
Barcelona have set their eyes on 22-year-old Ponte Preta goalkeeper Ivan Quaresma, the Brazil under 23 shot-stopper who they have offered 4.5 million euros for.
Life at Pescara has not gone according to plan for 34-year-old forward Valeri Bojinov.
Many football matches have been postponed due to the spread of the coronavirus in Italy, including Ascoli v Cremonese in Serie B.
Serie A side Hellas Verona have loaned Scottish midfielder Liam Henderson to second-division Empoli, the club announced on Friday.
Five months after being sacked by Bologna, Filippo Inzaghi has returned to coaching with Serie B side Benevento.