Serie A could reportedly be facing a two-week suspension as the government looks to control the rising numbers of Covid-19 cases in the league.

Genoa revealed that 14 players tested positive for the virus after their defeat by Napoli on Sunday. They will now have to self-isolate until their test results prove negative. According to reports, so too will the Napoli team who faced them.

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Corriere della Sera say the Italian government is considering closing the league down for two weeks in a bid to curb further infections.

Genoa’s sporting director Daniele Faggiano confirmed the club would seek a postponement to their game against Torino if fixtures continue as normal.

The news comes as it was reported that a further 10 positive Covid-19 results were returned from tests in the Premier League last week.

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