Juventus are reportedly to be unwilling to release players for Antonio Conte’s Italy training camps. This could result in the England game being moved.
The meeting between Conte and the Serie A Coaches last Tuesday was followed by statements from general Beppe Marotta, saying that, “the Old Lady has no compulsion to offer its players for the suggested training camps.
Today Tuttosport report that Juventus are reluctant to release their players for the CT’s planned training meet-up to be set between the end of January and early February.
Conte is listed as increasingly at odds with Juventus, and Calcionews24 said that, “his resignation from the national team still cannot be ruled out, even as he did so this week.
The Corriere dello Sport also suggest that the FIGC could opt to move the Italy-England game on March 31 from the venue of the Juventus Stadium to Torino’s Stadio Olimpico.
Today the Lega Calcio will be voting on the dates for the beginning and the end of next year’s season matchs, which is between August 23 and May 15, with the view to easing Conte’s preparations for Euro 2016’s game.