'In the light of this we can say that the championship can start again on June 20, ' he said.
According to news agency ANSA, the technical scientific committee (CTS) has approved the medical protocol to restart Serie A games, including mass quarantine for one positive case.
But Udinese and Nigeria defender William Troost-Ekong said: "It's lifted everybody's spirits, As long as we can do it in the right way without too many risks and setting the right example for the country, I think it's a good thing to be doing".
Spadafora has confirmed that Serie A is set for crunch talks on Thursday regarding the resumption of the season, with the two dates now being discussed for the season to continue are June 13 and June 20.More news: Number Of Coronavirus Deaths Tops 100000 In The United States
Italian football bosses are hopeful that Italy can follow the German Bundesliga, which has already returned, and Spain's La Liga which is preparing to kick off again on June 11. Third-place Inter Milan are nine points behind Juventus but have played a match less.
No top-flight matches in Italy have been played since Sassuolo beat Brescia 3-0 on March 9, before the championship was suspended by a pandemic which has killed over 33,000 people in the country.
Sports Minister Vincenzo Spadafora has also suggested that matches could be broadcast free-to-air.
"However, as a precautionary measure, today's training sessions will be done individually".More news: Donald Trump to sign executive order against social media sites
Serie A has put off until Friday a decision on which matches should restart the league along with a discussion of a "Plan B" in case the coronavirus situation made it impossible to play through the 12 remaining matchdays.
Italy confirmed Thursday that its top-tier football league will resume operations June 20.
In England, the Premier League announced plans on Thursday to resume on June 17.More news: CDC Cautions Against Using Antibody Tests For Decisions On Schools, Workplaces