Inter chief executive Giuseppe ‘Beppe’ Marotta has blasted the Italian government’s proposed medical protocol that will have to be adhered to in order for group training to resume again.

“The protocol impractical and not very sensible,” Marotta is quoted as saying by Italian newspaper La Repubblica.

The report goes on to explain that Inter and several other Serie A clubs are simply not well enough equipped to meet the demands of keeping the entire team in a training ground retreat in order to allow the season to be completed.

Inter for example only have 27 rooms, which would not be anywhere near enough to require the players and the staff of the club.

Inter are one of several clubs demanding changes to the protocol which could well threaten the prospect of training resuming from this coming Monday. These demands come just several hours after the Italian players association and Italian football agents associations also raised concerns of their own.