- The Serie A is gearing up for a summer return.
- The Italian government has given an all-clear for the clubs to return to training.
- Sassuolo, Bologna, Parma and Roma are set to start working as early as Monday.
The Italian government has officially given the Serie A teams a green light to return to training next week, it was announced on Sunday.
However, the Serie A season is not guaranteed to restart this summer as about 40 per cent of the players are reportedly wary of carrying on amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Discussions over the campaign's future are set to take place next week but the earliest the season could restart is sometime in the middle of June.
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