Today, La Liga clubs have continued group training as they prepare to be active again in June after a long break due to the 19th COVID pandemic.
League president Javier Tebas, who strongly advocates the resumption of the season, insists that clubs in the first two divisions will train in groups of up to 10 players today.
This step follows an announcement by the government on Saturday that will allow sports teams to return to business.
“Confirming the return of group training will help achieve the standard training level,” Tebas told Movistar, a Spanish television company. “It is very important that all teams train at the same level and we are grateful that this is the problem.”
All organized football in Spain has been suspended indefinitely since March 12. Tebas warned that the club would lose up to 1 billion euros if the season does not end.
The club began individual training earlier this month when the match began on June 12 behind closed doors. Tebas said he was even more optimistic about the end of the season after the Bundesliga resumed operations as the first major European league this weekend.
“I sent my congratulations to the Bundesliga because they tried hard for it,” he said.
“We have worked very hard with them over the past few months and exchanged protocols and ideas. I am very proud of the Bundesliga because they are not easy, but they are the first and they are examples to follow.”