At the top of La Liga standings, Barcelona are preparing to hold the coronavirus test to all their players without exception. This was done in conjunction with permission to hold another training session by the Spanish government.
Not long ago, the Spanish La Liga has announced good news. They stated that starting this week all La Liga contestants have been permitted to resume training sessions. This could be a breath of fresh air, after for more than one and a half months the competition was closed.
As of mid-March, the La Liga competition was not rolled out, due to the coronavirus pandemic that was sweeping the Matador Affairs. In fact, it is recorded that Spain is one of the worst states in Europe which is infected with this plague.
Well, lately the addition of new cases in Spain tends to subside, this makes the Spanish Government issued permission to the football club to hold another training session.
It’s just, of course there are protocols that must be passed for the safety of everyone involved in the training session later.
Barcelona looked very positive to welcome the permit, they were then ready to hold a co-19 test to all players, coaches and staff who would be involved in the training session.
“The first team will return to Ciutat Esportiva on Wednesday to undergo relevant medical tests in preparation for the individual training session in a few days,”
“La Liga has given permission for all clubs to carry out medical examinations on Tuesday. On Wednesday, medical tests will be held again to ensure the health of the players before returning to training.” Thus the official statement of Barcelona said.
Spanish President Pedro Sanchez previously looked so optimistic with the return of football competition in the State of Matador.
“We hope that football can be rolled back again, but La Liga and RFEF decide. But we have given them permission to start individual training,” he said.
But it should be noted, when la Liga will roll indeed there is no certainty to date. It is probable that the remaining games will run without spectators in order to avoid things that are not desirable.
In addition to la Liga, Italian Serie A and Premier League are also likely to roll again in the near future.