The 46-year-old has been supportive of group activities resuming once Italy moves into the next phase of their coronavirus response.
“I will have a meeting on Wednesday where the FIGC will present their plan, predominately for training,” he told Tg2 Post. “As of today, I can’t confirm the resumption of the season or that of training on May 4 if there aren’t conditions in place for the rest of the country.
“The world of sport isn’t just football and Serie A. Serie A is an economic industry, but we are also looking at the footballing side.
“We have to understand if football is ready to resume training, and I’ll play close attention to that, but this shouldn’t give us the illusion that a return to training means the season will also resume.”