With the Italian government easing the lockdown on the country, the Serie A looks set for a return. Players are returning to their club’s training facilities and Juventus is no exception.
The Turin-based giants have asked all its players to return to the country as the Italian top-flight up its plans of bouncing back to action amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
Italian teams were initially required to wait some two weeks more before training reopens, but the government has given the nod for players to make a return on May 4 instead.
The likes of Napoli, Roma, and Milan have already announced their intentions of going back to training, with Juve joining in on the queue.
For players coming from abroad, an isolation of 14 days is compulsory.
Those present in Italy are free to resume on Tuesday or Wednesday. That said, they will be restricted to individual sessions with full team training not expected to start any sooner than May 18.
Star players, Cristiano Ronaldo and Gonzalo Higuain are only a few of those players allowed to return to their hometown to be with their families during the coronavirus period.
Paulo Dybala, Daniele Rugani and Blaise Matuidi all tested positive to the potentially deadly Coronavirus and were made to self-isolate while they recover.
The Serie A much like most other football leagues across Europe has been suspended since March when the coronavirus pandemic started sweeping through the country.
There was a lot of uncertainty surrounding the resumption of the League given the scale of the shutdown. However, UEFA has postponed the Champions and Europa leagues, as well as Euro 2020 to give room for the completion of the leagues.
Despite being given so much room to draw the curtains, the French, Dutch and Belgian leagues have been declared over. Their counterparts in Spain, England, Italy and Germany are however exploring the options of resuming.