The La Liga season could restart behind closed doors for the derby between Real Betis and Sevilla on June 11.
However, Tebas the La Liga chief warned the footballers to “be careful with their action” 4 Sevilla players broke rules on social gathering and had to apologize. They were seen at a party over the weekend. Tebas wants the players to be extremely careful because a lot of jobs are at stake.
The players in the top two divisions were only able to return to individual training in early May after being tested for the virus.
Right now their main goal is to progress to full training, and if they can achieve that then they can start looking forward to getting closer to the return of the competition. Their aim is to be able to announce the first four rounds of fixtures next week, Tebas reported.
The chief also told Spanish TV that he wished the match could be “a tribute to the people who died.”
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez gave permission on Saturday for the country’s top two divisions to resume from 8 June.
“The government’s announcement took us by surprise but it shows that professional football is very important to this country.”
Champions Barcelona led La Liga by two points over nearest challengers Real Madrid with 11 matches left to be played
Five players tested positive for the Novel coronavirus across Spain’s top two divisions but they were isolated before the first phase of group training, which was allowed from 18 May.
Portugal’s Primeira Liga will return on June 3, when Portimonense plays against Gil Vicente and Famalicao hosting the leaders Porto. Porto lead rivals Benfica by one point with 10 rounds left to go.
With the confirmation of the return of La Liga the world awaits to hear what will happen to the English League on the other hand the French league was called off with PSG being the champions.
Germany’s Bundesliga is the only top-flight European competition to resume football since the break.