The Spanish government is in the process of lifting lockdown measures, and football is also in line to restart.
With a number of European countries beyond the peak of infections of the Corona virus pandemic, governments are slowly allowing economies to start, and Spain has not been left far back. Among the areas to open up is sporting
LA Liga President Javier Tebas has suggested that football may return as early as next month in the wake of the government lifting some of the lockdown restrictions. With this suggestion, fans are hopeful the game may just be on the horizon.
According to the CSD statement, three parties involved in a meeting on Sunday had "agreed to return to professional football training." However, the return would be "subject to the evolution of the Covid-19 pandemic and the decision taken by the ministry of health" and will only occur "as long as sanitary circumstances allow it and under strict health protocols"
The statement also promised to dedicate part of the resources generated by football's Television revenues to aid amateur, Olympic and paralympic sports.
Before suspension of the league due to the Corona virus pandemic, Barcelona were leading Real Madrid by two points.
The league still has 11 matches to play, while some are still active in the Uefa Champions league and Uefa Europa League
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