The 2020-21 Serie A season will get underway on September 1, according to a report from Sky Italia journalist Alessandro Alciato.
Teams have been given the go-ahead to return to training in groups thanks to the passing of the latest protocol, with the Rossoneri squad returning to Milanello bit by bit once they have passed certain medical tests.
The Coronavirus emergency has stopped the current season with Milan having 12 games remaining and currently in the midst of a battle for Europe League qualification.
Meanwhile, journalist Enzo Bucchioni (via MilanNews) has revealed that the aim is to resume the current season on June 13th but that there is still no certainty.
The only certainly is that it will be played without fans at least until the end of the season. At international level, UEFA is very determined to play the cups in August for economic reasons.
The rest regarding the calendar is yet to be revealed.
La stagione 2020/21, per i professionisti, si aprirà il primo settembre @SkySport
— Alessandro Alciato (@AAlciato) May 20, 2020