Real Madrid returns to training



MADRID (AP) — Real Madrid returned to training on Monday, two months after the Spanish League was suspended for the pandemic of the coronavirus.

The majority of the League clubs have taken up the individual workouts. The leader Barcelona launched his own on Friday and the Atletico Madrid did on Saturday.

All players underwent testing COVID-19 before to be able to train.

A day before, the League reported that five players from teams first and second division were positive in the tests. Three other employees were positive.

In images provided by the Madrid, could see the captain Sergio Ramos, and the steering wheel Eden Hazard exercising on the lawn of Valdebebas, the city sports club on the outskirts of the Spanish capital. The coach Zinedine Zidane observed the practices wearing a mask.

Hazard returned to training after being operated at the beginning of march by a crack in the fibula right.

The League president Javier Tebas said on Sunday that he would like the championship will resume June 12.

“The implementation requires a time,” said Ramos in an interview Sunday with Movistar, the television channel that will transmit the matches of The League in Spain. “We’re going to try to play normally and take advantage of that football serves as a distraction for the people, we will feel much better.”