After Real Sociedad announced they’d be returning to training on Tuesday, Real Madrid are one of the number of clubs considering their next steps.
Los Blancos are debating whether it would be convenient to get back to work now because, in their case, they feel prepared to do so.
Real Madrid were the first club to go into quarantine on March 12 after basketball player Trey Thompkins tested positive for coronavirus.
Valdebebas was originally shut until March 26 but Spain’s State of Emergency caused by COVID-19 has meant that it hasn’t reopened at all.
The club’s medical team, led by doctor Niko Mihic, have been drawing up a safety protocol for teams to follow once they return to training.
This protocol will bear in mind the situation in the city of Madrid itself, which has been the centre of the outbreak in Spain and one of the hardest hit cities by the virus in the world.
To this date and despite Real Sociedad‘s announcement, Real Madrid haven’t set a fixed return date for training, but that subject will now be on their minds.