The Italian government have given the green light for group training to resume from May 18 but there will be necessary adjustments made due to the ongoing Coronavirus crisis according to a report from Italian news agency ANSA.

Athletes, including footballers, were able to return to training on an optional individual basis on Monday May 4 and are now within a week of being able to train alongside their teammates again.

The report goes on to explain that in the event that a player is to test positive for Coronavirus, then the entire squad will be forced into a two week quarantine period. It will then be at the discretion of the club doctor to decide when it is safe for group training to resume again.

It does however remain to be seen if the 2019/20 campaign will even resume and if it does, what will happen if a player then goes on to test positive.