MILAN – Inter return to training under the orders of Antonio Conte.
From Tuesday 5 May Inter players will begin training in Appiano Gentile with individual sessions in compliance with the Viminale directive, as explained by the club.
To maintain social distancing , only the 4 fields of the sports center (routinely sanitized since February) will be accessible for staggered groups of 3-4 players, with the minimum necessary medical and technical supervision, in principle a doctor and a trainer.
The players abroad have returned to Italy, most recently Sanchez who will conclude his home isolation tomorrow.
Not only Inter Milan, also the other Serie A clubs return to training.
Bologna have made it known that their players will return to training under Sinisa Mihajlovic's orders from 5 May.
Mario Balotelli's Brescia will not return to training on Monday and has made it known that he will communicate the date of the recovery in the next few hours.
Cagliari Calcio should return to training in its sports center on Monday 4 May.
The training will take place in compliance with the social distancing and the rules set by the government to combat the coronavirus emergency.
Lazio have made it known that their players will return to training on Wednesday 6 May after being subjected to tampons.
Lecce has not yet provided official communication but its players could return to training as early as tomorrow.
Parma and Spal have made it known that training will only resume after the health protocol has been issued.
The Verona players should resume training over the next week while the Sassuolo players will already be on the pitch on Monday 4 May.
Roma players will resume training on 7 May after having undergone medical visits (sources ANSA and gazzetta.it).
Source: Blitz Quotidiano