COVID-19: Government Gives La Liga Greenlight To Resume In June

Lionel Messi and his Barceloa teammates take part in a training session at Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper earlier this week

Spain Prime Minister Announces Return Date For LaLiga

La Liga president Javier Tebas has said the preferred date for games to resume is Friday, June 12 and Sanchez's announcement means that plan has been given the green light from the government.

There has been no play in the top tier since March 12 due to the coronavirus crisis.

"We are very happy for the decision, it is the result of the great work of clubs, players, technicians.CSD (National Sports Council) and agents involved", he posted on Twitter.

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"But it's very important to follow the health regulations and to respect the evolution of the pandemic, we can't lower our guard". Messi recently said that he thinks the hiatus could "end up benefiting us".

More than two months after the COVID-19 pandemic halted the season in Spain, players have begun training in small groups as they aim to be as ready as possible for the planned reboot next month. Barcelona's first match is scheduled to be at Mallorca but there is still no date set.

But with this latest development, it shows that fans and followers in the Spanish La Liga can start preparing for the resumption of the League.

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Games will likely be played without supporters present to minimise the risk of the disease spreading again - a development Spain boss Luis Enrique is not excited about.

But Tebas has been adamant the league must restart, having estimated that a cancellation of the season would cost clubs around one billion euros ($1.09 billion).

Spain has been one of the countries worst-affected by the coronavirus outbreak, with more than 28,000 deaths and over 234,000 cases of infection diagnosed.

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