Tuesday 5 May 2020
The Spanish League president, Javier Tipas, said it is safe for clubs in Spain to return to training in the coming days.
And announced the Spanish Football Association “La Liga” yesterday for the return of first and second division clubs in Spain for training again next week, after the approval of the Spanish Health Organization and after conducting Corona tests for all elements of the clubs during this week.
Tepas tried to emphasize that there is no reason to be afraid to return to resume training, saying: “Going to the pharmacy carries a greater risk, than returning to training again.”
“We know that people have a lot of fear, but we are taking many precautions for a safe and controlled return of football,” Tepas added in comments reported by the Spanish newspaper Marca.
Tebas stressed the need to complete the season until the end, which is agreed by he and the Spanish Football Federation, Luis Rubiales.
Marca revealed that next Wednesday will witness a number of clubs taking Corona tests before returning to training, such as Real Madrid, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid, and it is expected that a number of clubs from the Spanish league in the first and second classes will do the same.