Last round of additions to training . Real Madrid, Celta, Alavés, Valladolid and Espanyol have returned to their sports cities this Monday to be ready for the return of the League, estimated for June 12 . In the Second Division it was done by Rayo Vallecano, Sporting de Gijón, Racing and Fuenlabrada .
All of them clean of coronavirus positives among their staff and maintaining the standards of protection and social distancing. Club technicians have worn protective gloves and masks throughout the session.
Smiles on the pitch and technicians clad in gloves and masks
Smiles at Valdebebas this morning with the return of the Real Madrid players to the trainings. The club has released some pictures of the first players to have exercised this morning. Among them the white captain, Sergio Ramos Marcelo, Gareth Bale, the goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois who this Monday has turned 28, Hazard, who underwent surgery on March 5 of a fissure in the fibula and the Madrid technician Zinedine Zidane .
– Real Madrid CF⚽ (@realmadrid) May 11, 2020
In Vigo Hugo Mallo, Bradaric, Juan Hernández, Néstor Araujo and Rafinha were the first to arrive at the sports city, where the temperature was taken as soon as they got out of the car. They then performed physical work on the synthetic grass field, before dividing into two groups to complete continuous running training and ball exercises.
– RC Celta # IstoTaménÉAfouteza (@RCCelta) May 11, 2020
For its part, the Real Valladolid has also returned to training this Monday. Although the Pucela club has not reported any positive for coronavirus, the player Óscar Plano has reported on his Instagram account that despite giving negative in the PCR, the serological test indicates that has remains of antibodies . The blanquivioleta player will exercise alone from home.
The Deportivo Alavés published on May 6 a communiqué in which he reported on the security protocols that they would take this Monday for the return to training. Among these measures is the distance between players, always greater than 4 meters the soccer players will arrive at the facilities with training clothes on from their home and will wear their own training boots .
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– Deportivo Alavés (@Alaves) May 11, 2020
El Espanyol has followed the same protection criteria as Alavés. The blue and white footballers went to the Sant Adrià del Besòs facilities in turn, in order to respect the safety distance. The Catalan squad s e have divided into small groups using the different gyms and training grounds and taking extreme precautions.
– RCD Espanyol de Barcelona (#PericosDesdeCasa ) (@RCDEspanyol) May 11, 2020
This is how the protocols for the return of LaLiga will be
With these latest additions, all the First and Second Division clubs are already exercising for the return of LaLiga. Its president, Javier Tebas, announced this Sunday that his intention is to return on June 12 " if there is no spike in infections" . The date is still to be decided, but the clubs have already taken the first step for the return of football in Spain.