The club’s forecast is to resume training in the very short term. A probable date for returning to work has already been set last week: Monday, May 4, to start a gradual incorporation to work. LaLiga’s intention is for the competition to return the following month, in June, under the parameters and security measures that SER has been counting on.
Well, so real is the forecast to return to training that several clubs have already received different proposals to complete concentrations prior to the resumption of official matches.
As evidenced by the documentation to which SER has had access, the teams manage proposals to concentrate their footballers in enclaves such as those used in the summer before the start of the official competition.
Teams like Alavés, Celta, Tenerife, Zaragoza, Mallorca, Alcorcón or Elche received an offer to go to La Nucía (Alicante) in early April. Business [en este caso Goal Eventos] They offer complete ‘packs’ that include training camps, spa sessions, transfers, four and five star hotels … and most importantly, strict security measures so that no one interferes with the work of players and coaches during the period prior to the resumption of LaLiga.
In fact, the body chaired by Javier Tebas recommends in its protocols this type of concentration to reduce risks and avoid contagions in a very sensitive time frame to achieve a return to normality, which in any case is very far, since the parties of the rest of the season -if they are disputed- will be behind closed doors and with important restrictions that will take them away from the parameters under which football was configured before the coronavirus.