Speaking to Il Messaggero, FIGC president Gabriele Gravina confirms that in the future, matches could be suspended
“It is something that we will consider. There is an issue and it is called public order and that must be managed, as well as the fact of playing the game or not. I am worried about this surreal environment and it is clear that some of the players yesterday were very nervous at the San Siro. Right now, it is a period of reflection for me because of the seriousness that happened yesterday. We will hear from the ministry and CONI and then we’ll decide.
“We will also verify if there were three requests to stop the game (this was what Ancelotti claimed afterwards yesterday) but it seems only one was made. The prosecutor will intervene today and speak his piece. What happened yesterday was bad.”
Source: Il Messagero