LaLiga insisted that there was no official return date after Leganes coach Javier Aguirre said he had learned that the race would start again on June 20.
In Spain, soccer has been banned for the corona virus since mid-March, but clubs have been able to resume individual training this week after the government lifted several blocking steps in a four-phase de-escalation plan.
“We have a flight back to start LaLiga,” Aguirre told Marca Claro on Thursday. “I was told that we would start on June 20 and officially end on July 26 in five weeks.
“The match will be played on Saturday, Sunday, Wednesday and Thursday. The eleventh round. LaLiga has just notified me officially and I am very happy because we can plan a training session.”
The return flight date for LaLiga is June 20. “The club plays twice a week”.
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But in a statement, LaLiga said: “There is no confirmed date for returning to competition.
“We will start training and then wait for the government’s decision on the scheduled date.
“Our intention is to return to competition in June as long as the government decides it is a good thing.”