The organizers of La Liga are preparing for a restart to the season in June, which was interrupted by the coronavirus outbreak, as clubs return to training this week.
Players from the top two divisions must practice separately under an agreement with Spain’s sports and health authorities ensuring that players and staff are safe.
“Players need to go through an evaluation before returning to training facilities.
“In March football was suspended indefinitely in Spain.
When will Europe’s top leagues come back?
The top division of the country has established comprehensive guidelines for returning to training in order to follow appropriate health safeguards. Part of this includes training sessions that move from individual groups to small groups, and then team training.
“These measures cover a period of approximately four weeks with different phases that will, in any case, be subject to the government’s de-escalation process,” a statement read by La Liga.
“Together with clubs’ medical tests, a staggered return to training has been implemented that will begin with players training alone and group activities before the return to competition scheduled for June.
” There are 11 remaining rounds of matches, with Barcelona at the top of the table, two points clear of rivals Real Madrid.