Inter’s postponed Serie A match against Bologna will not be able to played until at least April 27 due to the packed schedule and bureaucratic formalities.
This according to Italian news outlet FCInterNews, who report that the clash with the Rossoblu cannot be played before that date as there are no free dates in the calendar and the teams still have time to appeal.
The clash with Bologna was scheduled to take place on January 6, but the number of COVID cases in the Rossoblu’s squad meant that they were barred from showing up by their regional health authority.
It has never been clear when the game will actually be able to finally be played, and the appeals process continues to drag on so that it is far from clear when it could end up being played.
The Nerazzurri face off against AC Milan in the second leg of the Coppa Italia semi-final on April 20, while they could still potentially be in the Champions League in April and May, so finding a date could prove very tricky.