No training sessions were scheduled for Inter this morning, as the club have remained firm regarding their position on the FIGC medical protocol, according to a report from today’s paper edition of the Rome based newspaper Corriere dello Sport.

The report details how the Nerazzurri squad have spent the last nine consecutive days training at the re-opened Suning Training Centre, undergoing individual training sessions.

The club have decided to keep their squad at home, waiting to see what will happen regarding the FIGC protocol, which has been much criticised.

The squad will not undergo squad training sessions tomorrow, the report continues, due to some restrictive conditions.

The squad, alongside coach Antonio Conte and his staff, received the results of their Coronavirus tests earlier today. They will now wait until the future of the FIGC’s medical protocols have been decided. The Bundesliga returned this weekend, being the first major European league to do so