Nigeria’s Victor Moses and his teammates at Inter Milan are expected to resume training at Appiano Gentile next week, according to the Serie A outfit.
According to reports coming out of Italy, other Serie A clubs have also taken advantage of the government’s decision to let sports teams restart individual work, but Moses and his mates at Inter are not obliged to use club facilities and social distancing must be enforced.
“In light of the circular issued by the Ministry of the Interior on Sunday 3 May, one which foresees the possibility of athletes involved in team sports to train individually at their respective sports centres in compliance with social distancing rules, FC Internazionale Milano announces that the Club’s First Team players will, on a voluntary basis, be able to make use of the pitches at the Suning Training Centre in Appiano Gentile over the coming days for individual activities.
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Sarà consentito ai giocatori della Prima Squadra, in modo facoltativo, di utilizzare i campi del Centro Sportivo Suning per svolgere attività motoria a carattere individuale.
— Inter (@Inter) May 3, 2020
“The resumption of competitive activities will be determined and communicated as soon as the relevant regulatory framework is finalised.
“All the other areas of the centre will remain closed with the exception of the on-site health and technical facility, which is required to ensure a safe environment and safeguard the athletes,” an official statement from Inter Milan read in part.