- Juventus are on the verge of becoming champions of Serie A without the season being concluded
- Players association are set to meet regarding the Coronavirus situation in the country which has not improved
- Juventus lead the pack with one point as Lazio are the closest in second position while Inter Milan are far away with nine points behind
Juventus could be declared Serie A champions as the league looks to be cancelled as Coronavirus is showing no signs of ending.
Italy have recorded the worst cases of the deadly pandemic since early March as games across all nations have been put to an end.
Juventus lead the pack with just a point ahead of Lazio and nine points above Inter Milan as matches have been postponed indefinitely.
Members of the Italian Football Association could discuss cancelling the league in a conference to be held Monday, March 30, 2020.
Players chief Damiano Tommasi said: “There will be one more element on the table compared to previous weeks, because after the words of Minister Spadafora, there’s concern that the season will end here.
“It’s therefore necessary to tackle the problem of ending the season from a sporting point of view and a contractual one; in short, formally.
“As for cutting wages, we seek, if possible, a common solution. Juve moved forward, but what they did didn’t take us by surprise.
“We knew all about it and we don’t feel delegitimised. Among other things, Chiellini is our advisor.
“If there are no disputes between clubs and players, we’re not required to intervene. If they’ve found an agreement, that's fine.”
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The Portuguese boss became a household name in European football after knocking out the likes of Man United en route to winning the cup.
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The Gypsy King dominated the Bronze Bomber in their second bout in February following a seventh-round stage.
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