The Italian Football federation has decided to send their draft of the medical protocols to be followed to resume the Serie A, to the Italian government today, according to a report from Italian broadcaster Sky Sports Italia aired earlier this afternoon.

The FIGC sent over the protocols earlier today, the report continues, rather than waiting until tomorrow, when they were supposed to be sent.

Italian Minister of Sport Vincenzo Spadafora and the Scientific Technical Committee now have 24 more hours to study the medical protocols and possibly propose changes. There is a positive feeling now that Serie A will be able to be completed, without the need of playout or playoff games.

According to Sky Sport Italia, there will be a decisive meeting between the FIGC and the Italian government on the 28th of May to discuss the restart of Serie A. Teams have already returned to squad training and are prepared for a mid-June season restart, hoping to finish early August.