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Serie A domestic rights deadlock persists at latest Serie A meeting

Paolo Dal Pino, president of Lega Serie A, during award ceremony for Serie A 2019-20 (Photo by Nicolò Campo/LightRocket via Getty Images)

Italy’s Serie A clubs are to convene again next week after an assembly meeting today (Thursday) failed to provide a consensus on allocating the domestic broadcast rights for the 2021-24 cycle.

Going into the latest video conference vote, incumbent rights-holders DAZN and Sky Italia have been vying for the contract but there remains a deadlock in awarding the rights.

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