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AC Milan’s Maurizo Ganz confirms that the Rossonere will start training again

The women's side will look to get back to training as they hope for the league to resume.

AC Milan v FC Internazionale - Women Serie A Photo by Maurizio Lagana/Getty Images

In an interview with the Italian daily Libero Quotidano, AC Milan coach Maurizio Ganz confirmed that the AC Milan women will soon resume training.

“In the following days we will undergo serological tests [for the coronavirus] and if everything is well, we still start training on an individual basis.”

Ganz also confirms the Rossonere’s desire to resume the championship. As he explains it, there are only six games in the season and they could finish it in ‘three weeks’.

In particular, Ganz is eager to play the match against Fiorentina, as the match against the Viola will determine who will play in next season’s Champions League.

However, it seems like Milan might be one of the few teams that want to resume the season (if not the only one). This is due, in large part, to the government’s stringent health protocol for the resumption of play. The protocols dictate that - if a player tests positive for COVID-19 - then their entire team will be quarantined for 15 days. Many of the teams in men’s Serie A are balking at this, as they deem the measure to be excessive.

As a result, the other teams in both Serie A and B have asked for the season to come to a close..

The AC Milan women still train, but only on an individual basis. Even if the season doesn’t resume, they can still train at the Vismara to remain match fit. And to prepare for next season.