The Real Madrid squad are scheduled to return to Valdebebas on May 11, although this will only be for individual training.
Valdebebas has been adapted to the health requirements in terms of hygiene and social distancing measures.
In fact, Zinedine Zidane‘s squad will be even more isolated than they were before due to the reduction in the number of players and coaches at the training facility.
The common areas will disappear or will no longer be used for the time being.
LaLiga teams will be able to take coronavirus tests during the next week, while the National Sports Council’s protocol does not force players without symptoms or those who haven’t come into contact with a positive coronavirus person to take the test.
The logic is that before football resumes, and even before the return to group training, players, coaches and other staff members must pass the coronavirus test.
This is LaLiga‘s aim and they have made it clear to the teams.
All Real Madrid players will continue with the individual work they have been doing in their homes as they wait for May 11, when they will be allowed to return to Valdebebas.
That will still be a month before the eventual return of LaLiga Santander.