Serie A's Sassuolo says players can start training starting Monday

ROME: Sassuolo are ready to become the first A series side to restart the training following the coronavirus Close after saying your players could use the club facilities as of Monday as an option.

Bologna, meanwhile, says its players will be able to start training as of Tuesday.

A series has been suspended since March 9 and the league and the Italian football The federation (FIGC) wants to complete the season, although the Italian government says it has not yet decided whether to give permission.

The government has given professional teams permission to train together since May 18, although they will still have to respect social distancing guidelines.

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Sassuolo and Bologna are based in the region of Emilia Romagna which has given special permission for athletes in team sports to take part in training sessions on an individual basis from May 4 onwards.

Sassuolo announces that, from Monday May 4, they will grant their players use of the Mapei Football Center pitches for optional, individual sessions, Sassuolo said in a statement.

The club said that only players would be allowed to access the pitches while the use of indoor facilities would be prohibited. Under Sassuolo 's guidelines, each player would have half a pitch to himself.

The individual sessions will be held in the morning, from Monday to Friday, with the use of three pitches, with six athletes per hour (one athlete for each half of the field), the club said, adding that the coaching staff will not be .

An emergency health service will be guaranteed, he added.

Bologna announced similar guidelines, while Parma and SPAL, also based in Emilia Romagna, have not yet indicated whether they will start training.

The Campania region, which includes Naples, has also said that players can start training, although Napoli has not yet commented.