As the Coronavirus pandemic continues to put a halt to matters on and off the pitch related to football, four hypotheses regarding a potential resumption of Serie A are apparently on the table.
The death toll from the COVID-19 virus continued to rise on Sunday, as Italy announced that 651 more people have died, bringing its total to 5,476 – an increase of 13.5 percent but down from Saturday’s figure of 793.
While football is at the back of everybody’s minds right now – especially in Italy – the league are still thinking of ways to get everything back running again when the virus hopefully calms down.
According to a report from il Corriere dello Sport (via MilanNews) on Monday, a new Lega assembly will be staged on Tuesday with the Serie A clubs all in a conference call, in which they will talk about what are the most urgent interventions.
The paper states that there are four hypotheses for the resumption of the season: in May (unlikely), in June (possible), in July (realistic) or even the early closure of the season.