The Lega Serie A assembly that was originally scheduled for December 11 has been pushed back to December 15, according to a report from the Italian-based outlet Calcio e Finanza.

As noted by the report, the assembly will discuss a number of topics, including the dilemma regarding the private equity transaction. More so, the scheduled assembly will also touch on the marketing revenue garnered from the audiovisual rights for the ongoing season along with the invoicing from the overall proceeds.

Attendees will also touch upon the medical and health recommendations from the Federation of Italian Medics (FMSI). This is deemed to include a discussion revolving around the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and ways to finish the season without any serious health dilemmas along the way, which is still currently projected to be the case.

The assembly also has six other items on its agenda, including a word from current Lega Serie A president Paolo Dal Pino.

The attendees will gather for the assembly via a videoconference call.