The President of the Italian Footballers' Association Damiano Tommasi has admitted there is a possibility of the season being over due to the rapidly increasing coronavirus pandemic, RTE Sport reported.
Tommasi responded to the comments made by Italy's Minister of Sport Vincenzo Spadafora that he will be proposing a further extension on the suspension of all sport across the country.
"We have one more element on the table than in the past few weeks," Tommasi told news agency ANSA, via the official Footballers' Association website.
"Because after the words of Minister Spadafora, the concern that the championships will end here is there.
"You must therefore ask yourself the problem of the end of the season from a sporting point of view, of contracts."
Serie A club Juventus players have joined forces to agree to temporary pay cuts during the crisis and Tommasi is in full agreement with the decision.
"On cutting wages, if possible, we are looking for a common solution," he added.
"Juve went ahead but it did not take us by surprise, we knew everything. If there are no disputes between clubs and players, we are not required to intervene, if they have found an agreement, that's okay."