LaLiga clubs are permitted to return to full training from Monday as the league edges closer to a return to action.
At the start of May LaLiga clubs returned to individual training and then stepped up to training in groups of ten players before progressing to groups of 14 players.
LaLiga is set to return from June 11, with Sevilla poised to take on Real Betis. LaLiga have given their clubs permission to return to full training from Monday next week+2
LaLiga have given their clubs permission to return to full training from Monday next week
Now full training will be allowed from next week, with players also permitted to use the club’s changing rooms.
A statement on LaLiga’s official website read: ‘La Liga clubs will start collective training on Monday, June 1.
‘The fourth phase, which starts next Monday, is the last step in this protocol that will lead to clubs starting competition on June 11.’+2
Teams have been training in groups of 14 but will step up ahead of La Liga’s return on June 11
Once the season resumes it is anticipated that games could be played every day until the campaign concludes on July 19.
The 2020-21 season is then set to get underway on September 12.
There is still much to play for in LaLiga this season, with leaders Barcelona currently two points ahead of their closest challengers Real Madrid.
Meanwhile, Mallorca, Leganes and Espanyol currently occupy the relegation places but the likes of Celta Vigo, Eibar and Valladolid are far from safe.