AC Milan have no major objections to the proposed protocol regarding the formal resumption of training for all Serie A clubs, reports claim.
Lega Serie A have confirmed they will meet with the FIGC on Friday to try and reach an agreement with the government regarding a shared protocol.
That comes after the Italian Football Federation gave the all-clear for group training to resume from May 18, with provisional date to resume the season with games starting on June 13.
However, a number of players, agents and medics have protested that the protocol is virtually impossible to stick to, as it includes points such as an automatic 15-day quarantine for the whole group if just one person in the squad or staff tests positive for COVID-19.
According to MilanNews, there is no formal refusal from Milan regarding the new protocol, but they will work with other clubs in Serie A to improve it by making it clearer and more detailed.
The Rossoneri will try to convince the government to make it more specific to the highlight needs for continuing group training in total safety.