Valdebebas is preparing to welcome the Real Madrid squad back for training in the near future.
Real Madrid‘s training facility has been closed since March 12, when basketball player Trey Thompkins tested positive for coronavirus.
Zinedine Zidane‘s squad have been following individual training routines at home during the period of confinement in Spain.
Once they return to Valdebebas, not much will be the same for the players and coaches, who have to adapt to a new way of working.
The training ground has to pass all the necessary hygiene and safety checks in order for the players to be allowed back on site.
The main idea is to isolate the players from each other, avoiding contact between people as much as possible.
Before training resumes, all players will have to pass coronavirus tests to make sure they haven’t got the virus.
Once they are given the green light, first-team training is scheduled to restart on May 4.
The academy residence area must also adapt to the new regulations that are in place for hospitality facilities across Spain.