Italy was after China, the first country to suffer a wave of cases of coronavirusBut he is also expected to be one of the first to recover from the pandemic. Series A is stopped without a return date, although the contagion curve suggests that the championship could resume soon, as published La Gazzetta dello Sport. During these days, alternatives such as playing all the matches in Rome or increase the number of clubs to 22. There has even been talk of playing it without Var.And while the former president of FIFA, Gianni Infantino, hopes to extend the contracts of the players beyond June 30, it is possible to think that the Italian championship will end later than usual, but it will have a fair champion who has played every day. garters.It is considered to return to training on May 4 (between April 25 and May 1 the quarantine would be lifted) and after a mini-season to get all the confined players in shape, the tournament would return on May 24, May 31, or June 7, always according to the Italian medium. In this way, they could still fit the remaining thirteen days of the championship and finish approximately in the middle of July. However, there is some fear for the foreign soccer players who decided to leave for their countries, since upon returning to Italy they will have to spend an extra 14 days of quarantine. These are the cases of players of the stature of Cristiano Ronaldo, Gonzalo Higuain, Romelu Lukaku (returns on Friday), or Diego Godin, among many others. Yesterday, for example, they returned Christian Eriksen Y Ashley Young, of the Inter de Milan.Most are expected to return during the days of Easter to resume their work activities as soon as possible, although they must pass the extra quarantine mentioned above. In the case of Juventus, for example, it has many players who have left (Cristiano, Khedira, Pjanic, Douglas Costa, Alex Sandro, Szczesny, Higuaín and Rabiot), to which we must add the extra time of prevention for the positives of Dybala, Matuidi and Rugani.This would put the template at risk of returning to the box job and taking longer to pick up the shape, something that happens in all the Serie A teams, although to a lesser extent, due to the number of foreigners who have gone out and the number of positives in their respective squads. There is no fixed date for the return and although it is still necessary to finish controlling the pandemic in Italy, the light is already beginning to appear at the end of the tunnel. Italian football is close to resuming its championship.