It is not yet time to return to the field to train as a group, but Milan have reportedly already drawn up a plan for the return.
According to the latest from ANSA (via MilanLive), the players and technical staff members will undergo medical and health care checks which will be provided by the club, starting on Tuesday.
These checks will not take place in Milanello, as Milan’s training centre will remain closed in the coming days. Instead, there will be appointments designated groups in some affiliated clinics in Milan.
Players and staff will carry out tests approved by the protocol of the Medical Scientific Committee, such as serological tests, electrocardiograms and so on. COVID-19 checks, however, will be carried out only on the instructions of the Government.
If there are no problems related to Coronavirus in the tests over the next few days, Milan could seriously think about returning to training at Milanello next weekend.
All this, however, will depend not only on the physical state of the players, but also on the forthcoming directives that will come from the Ministry of Sport and Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte.