For the first time in almost three months, La Liga clubs have returned to training in full swing. La Liga Santander and La Liga Smart Bank have stepped up the preparations ahead of the season restarting on 11 June.
With only ten days left before the competitive games resume and playing matches everyday across five weeks, the Spanish clubs are all set to put their best foot forward by following all the necessary precautions against coronavirus.
— LaLiga English (@LaLigaEN) June 1, 2020
On that note, FC Barcelona is also back on the field with the full team at Camp Tito Vilanova near Barcelona, Spain. Along with the club legend Lionel Messi, the full squad has returned for training in the phase 4.
The team will be allowed to use dressing rooms as well with disinfection and periodic cleaning of the facilities. From warmup matches between the team, practicing penalty shootout to group and individual workouts, FC Barcelona’s official media page shared a glimpse of their return after 81 days.
HIGHLIGHTS from the FIRST full squad workout in 8️⃣1️⃣ days! 🔊 Sound On 🔊 pic.twitter.com/NLqFeO7fnR
— FC Barcelona (from 🏠) (@FCBarcelona) June 2, 2020