In a meeting which was held between the sport ministry and officials from La Liga, the Spanish football federation, the Spanish Footballers’ Association and top clubs such as Real Madrid, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid among othershave agreed to spin off after the game after deciding that players will be tested before training begins.
The ministry said medical staff at the clubs would be allowed to carry out the tests. Individual training is part of phase two of Spain’s de-escalation plan.
The Phase three involves training in small groups which will consist of up to eight players while phase four refers to full group training which needs to last at least two weeks before action returns.
Top flight matches will not return until phase four is completed, with 11 rounds of La Liga and the Copa del Rey final yet to be played.
We are know France announced the end of their season with Paris St Germain being awarded the Ligue 1 title, all major sports institutions in Spain, including the government’s department for sport, have committed to completing the season.
The president of La Liga, Javier Tebas has said that not finishing the season would lead to collective losses of up to one billion euros ($1.09 billion).