Federation president Gabriele Gravina said the FIGC would “adopt a resolution in the coming hours to postpone the end of the 2019/2020 sports season to August 2”.
No sport has been played in Italy since March 9 as the country grapples with the COVID-19 crisis which has killed over 25,000 people.
“The world of football is working incessantly and responsibly to find concrete and sustainable solutions to the crisis generated by COVID-19 including those necessary and indispensable to safeguard 2020-21 competitions,” Gravina said.
Serie A’s 20 clubs on Tuesday voted unanimously to complete the league season, but the final decision will be down to the Italian government.
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The federation also hopes clubs can start training again from May 4, the date on which the government plans to start easing the containment measures.