Inter may be forced to play their home games at a different stadium, after the government of Lombardy Attilio Fontana suggested that it might be difficult to finish this season in Lombardy, according to a report from yesterday’s paper edition of the Rome based newspaper Corriere dello Sport.

The report details how the four Lombard clubs in Serie A, Inter, Milan, Atalanta and Brescia, may be forced to play their home games in different stadiums, outside of the Northern Italian region. Five or six stadiums have already been identified by the League that could be used for the remaining games of the season, with those stadiums all being used by Serie B clubs.

The Italian government is expected to announce a return to squad training on the 18th of May, the report continues, after Serie A clubs returned to their training centres earlier this week. No Inter player or staff member has tested positive for the contagion.