Inter are prepared to restart the season but require that health protocols are created and followed by all Italian clubs, according to a report from Italian media outlet FcInter1908 earlier today.

The report details how Inter are in favour of finishing this season, which has currently been suspended due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic. The Nerazzurri want a list of protocols in place in order to ensure the safety of all the players and the staff, with much of the plan relying on the approval of medical professionals.

The Italian football federation will meet with the Government’s Scientific Technical Committee tomorrow to discuss plans and guidelines, the report continues, with a potential return to training being set for May 18th.

The league still plans to be fully completed by UEFA’s deadline of August 2nd, necessary to compete in next season’s Champions League and Europa League. The Nerazzurri have already recalled all their players who left to return to their native countries.